Educated at Princeton and Cambridge Universities, Harrison Fraker is considered a pioneer in climate responsive architecture and sustainable urban design. He has received major awards over 50+ years of teaching, practice and research, first at Princeton, as chair and founding dean at Minnesota, and Dean at Berkeley. Having retired from full time teaching, he continues to conduct research on his ‘ecoblock concept as a professor of the Graduate School and lectures globally on the urgency of sustainable urban design.
Peteer Siostrom was educated at the AA in London and received his MArch from Lund University. Currently he is the Director and Founder of the Master program in Sustainable Urban Design (SUDes) at Lund, Chairman of the SUDes Urban Lab and holds distinguished international appointments related to sustainable urban research. He has been the designer of interiors, architecture, urban design, competitions, conferences and exhibitions for over 40 years and lectures globally on sustainable urban design topics.
Atanaska Foteva is an architect with an MA (Hons) degree in Architecture from Edinburgh University and an MSc degree in Sustainable Urban Design from Lund University. After working as a teaching assistant in SUDes Program, she is currently interested in addressing the fragmented identities of contemporary city development, with a keen eye on resilience and sustainability.