Anthony Acciavatti is an architect and principal of Somatic-Collaborative, an award winning architecture firm based in New York City. At present he is pursuing a Ph.D. in the History of Science Program in the Department of History at Princeton University. He has taught advanced architecture studios and seminars at RISD and Northeastern University. He earned a Master in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the Frederick Sheldon Fellowship to continue his research on architecture and urbanism in the Americas. His research has received funding through a J. William Fulbright Fellowship as well as fellowships from the Ford Foundation, Harvard University, and Princeton University amongst others. His work has been published in Architectural Design magazine, Bracket, OnSite, SARAI, and Topos. He is the author of the book Trojan Horse (2011), as well as the author of the forthcoming books Cosmic Comics: Transects of Ganga-Jamuna doab (2012) and Dynamic Atlas: Changes of State Along the Ganges River Corridor (2012).
Justin Fowler is a Ph.D. candidate at the Princeton School of Architecture. He received an M. Arch from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and previously studied Government and the History of Art and Architecture at the College of William and Mary. His writing has appeared in publications such as Volume, Speciale Z Journal, Thresholds, PIN-UP, Domus, Conditions, and Topos, along with book chapters in Material Design: Informing Architecture by Materiality (Birkhauser, 2010), and Aircraft Carrier: American Ideas and Israeli Architectures after 1973 (Hatje Cantz, 2012). He is the editor of Evolutionary Infrastructures by Weiss/Manfredi (Harvard GSD, 2013). He has worked as a designer for Dick van Gameren Architecten in Amsterdam, Somatic Collaborative in Cambridge, and managed research and editorial projects at the Columbia University Lab for Architectural Broadcasting (C-Lab) in New York. He also served as managing editor for C-Lab issues of Volume magazine.
Dan Handel is the curator of design and architecture at the Israel Museum. He is an architect, a Ph.D. candidate at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, and the inaugural Young Curator at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, for which he developed the exhibition First, the Forests. Additionally, he curated Aircraft Carrier, the exhibition at the Israeli Pavilion in the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale, also shown at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem (2012-2014), and the exhibition Wood: The Cyclical Nature of Materials, Sites and Ideas at the New Institute in Rotterdam (2014). More recently, he worked on the exhibition Yasky and Co.: Israeli Architecture according to Avraham Yasky at the Tel Aviv Museum (2016). His writing has appeared in Frame, Thresholds, San Rocco, Pin-Up, Bracket, the Journal of Landscape Architecture (JOLA), Volume, and Cabinet among others. He is the editor of Aircraft Carrier: American Ideas and Israeli Architectures after 1973 (Hatje Cantz, 2012).
Neil Donnelly http://neildonnelly.net/
Mario Gandelsonas, Professor, Princeton University School of Architecture
Sanford Kwinter, Professor of Architectural Theory and Criticism, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Joan Ockman, Lecturer, PennDesign and former Director of the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture
Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, Founder and Principal, Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company.
John Stilgoe, Robert and Lois Orchard Professor in the History of Landscape at the Visual and Environmental Studies Department, Harvard University
Henry Urbach, Architecture Curator.
Jessica Bridger, Independent urbanist and consultant. http://jessicabridger.com/
Mauricio Quiros, Canadian Centre for Architecture
Enrique Ramirez, Princeton University
Bryony Roberts, Wortham Teaching Fellow, Rice School of Architecture
Elizabeth Timme, Co-Director, LA-Mas. http://mas.la/