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Steve Hardy earned his Bachelor of Architecture with distinction at the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design in 1995. In 1996 he was awarded his Master's of Architecture with distinction from University College London's Bartlett School of Architecture.

He is presently reading for his MPhil/PhD in architecture at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture.

Currently, he holds the IT, AV and CAD post, together with Jonas Lundberg, at London Metropolitan University's department of architecture and spatial design, where he is also reconvening diploma unit 04.

Hardy has been a member of the Urban Future Organization since 1999 (see below).


Jonas Lundberg studied at the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design and earned his Bachelor of Architecture in 1995.

Subsequently, he studied at the Architectural Association Graduate School of Architecture, where he was awarded the Architectural Association Graduate Diploma in Design in 1997.

While studying at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Lundberg was involved in setting up Urban Future Organization in 1996, a global network of practices.He has been an active member ever since.

Currently, Lundberg is jointly holding the IT, AV and CAD post at the department of architecture and spatial design at London Metropolitan University, where he also reconvenes diploma unit 04.


Both Hardy and Lundberg are members of Urban Future Organization, a global network of practices whose work has been widely published and exhibited internationally.

Its most significant successes to date have been the competition-winning proposal for the Sarajevo National Concert Hall (1999) and, more recently, the Castelmola Art Museum (2002).Urban Future Organization London was also shortlisted for the Young Architect of the Year Award 2003.

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