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DAVID GRANDORGE David Grandorge currently teaches Diploma Unit 7 at London Metropolitan University and is a visiting lecturer at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen. For the past seven years he has taught undergraduate Studio 1 at London Met, with Brian Greathead, Lucy Clark, Adam Khan, Matthew Barton and Matthew Barnett Howland. Grandorge is also a photographer of buildings, and his work is published and exhibited internationally.

MATTHEW BARNETT HOWLAND Matthew Barnett Howland has recently established Satellite Nineteen.

Projects include an awardwinning new house in Brick Lane, set design for Opera North, installations and furniture.

Previously he worked for C+S+K Architects, Buschow Henley and Jestico+Whiles.

Howland studied at Cambridge University and the Bartlett School of Architecture. He has been teaching for eight years at degree/ diploma level at LMU, Bartlett, Cambridge, Greenwich and UEL.

WINNER - IGUZZINI PART1 PRIZE ALEXIS URWIN The winner of the iGuzzini travelling scholarship is Alexis Urwin of the University of Westminster for 'Adventures in the Immaterial Material', a bowling centre and pool in east London, set respectively at the Robin Hood Garden Estate and Goldfinger's Balfron Tower.

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