AD1 Who’s Who 2012

ADVANCED DESIGN 1 STUDENTS
The University of Auckland
School of Architecture and Planning
1st Semester 2012


Justin Baatjes – South Africa & New Zealand (PERSONAL BLOG)
Timothy de Beer – South Africa & New Zealand



Elizabeth Campbell – Australia & New Zealand (PERSONAL BLOG)
Lucy Hayes-Stevenson – New Zealand
Melissa Harrison – New Zealand



Mona Ibrahim – Malaysia
Farah Saad – Lebanon & New Zealand
Jae Tommy Shin – Korea & New Zealand



Cynthia Yuan – China & New Zealand
Fritha Hobbs – New Zealand


ADVISORS:

Camia Young – Design Tutor & Thesis Advisor – camia@young.net
Camia has nine years of architectural experience: five years with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland, two years with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and two years with Studio B Architects, an architecture firm in her home town, Aspen, Colorado, USA. Beyond her work experience, she has three degrees in Architecture: a master’s degree from the Architecture Association in London, a master’s degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, California and an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Jordon Saunders – Teaching Assistant – jsau026@aucklanduni.ac.nz
Jordon is originally from Christchurch and is currently a masters student at the University of Auckland’s School of Architecture and Planning. His research concentrates on ecology and the exchange between material systems with particular emphasis on experimental computational and fabrication techniques.

COLLABORATORS & CRITICS: Pip Cheshire, Jessica Halliday, Derek Kawiti, Mo Kheir, Jason Mills

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