Staff

All staff at the PSA, be they artists, designers, lawyers, or architects are practitioners of their discipline.  Every member of staff is actively involved in commercial practice or has founded their own studio or firm.  

 

The Paris School of Architecture remains uniquely connected to industry and research allowing its staff to provide a teaching experience that is relevant to contemporary practice.

Viktor Miletic

Master Class Tutor

Viktor is a French director, writer, editor and photographer. He began making images at an early age, through both drawing and moving image. He perfected these skills at the Cours Florent and the Sorbonne Nouvelle where he obtains a Bachelor’s Degree in Cinema in 2005.  Before making his way into fiction cinema, he earned his spurs as a director and editor on music videos, commercials and documentaries.  In 2018 he directed three short films of which he was also the director of photography.  Both his photographic and narrative work tend to explore subjectivity and introspection.  He is also a speaker and contributor at ArtFx in Montpellier as well as at Isart Digital and E-artsup in Paris.

Salvator-John A. Liotta

Academic Council

Studio Research

Salvator-John is an assistant professor at ULB-Universitè Libre de Bruxelles, Faculty of Architecture La Cambre-Horta, a partner of LAPS Architecture based in Paris and a long time correspondent of Domus magazine.  He is affiliated as a researcher at CNRS-LAVUE UMR 7218 in Paris, and he has worked as a researcher at Kengo Kuma Lab at the University of Tokyo, and as an adjunct professor at the National Institute of Architecture in Rome.

In 2005 he moved to Japan where he earned a PhD with a study on the urban identity of Tokyo. From 2009 until 2013, he has worked as a researcher at the Graduate School of Engineering, Architecture department of the University of Tokyo.

Bérénice Gaussuin

Academic Council

History & Theory/Critical Writing

Bérénice Gaussuin is an architect, and associate professor at École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais in Paris. She studied architecture at ESA and art history at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. She also studied at École de Chaillot, specialising in restoration of historical monuments. She is researcher at LIAT (Laboratoire Infrastructure Architecture et Territoire) and writing a PhD thesis under the supervision of Professor Dominique Rouillard at Université Paris-Est on the dichotomy between the notions of restoration and creation in the 19thcentury. As a practitioner, she mainly works on historical monuments and heritage matters.

Pauline Tubiana

Master Class Tutor

Pauline has been practicing as a lawyer in Paris since 2014 having studied at both Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas and King’s College London.  After an adrenaline-filled litigation experience in a law firm in Paris, she started her own practice in 2018. She assists small and medium-sized businesses in the creation and development of their company. She also works as a consultant on matters and development projects for local and international companies in West Africa.

Martin Tubiana

Academic Council

Studio Research

Martin Tubiana, Architect

 

Martin studied at Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture (ESA) in Paris and SCI-Arc in Los Angeles. In 2010 he was awarded the 1st prize for the best ESA diploma and the special prize for the Best 2010 French diploma by ‘Le Courrier de l’Architecte’. 

After international collaborations (Projectiles FR, Horizhon UK, Fourwall US, Périphériques FR), he settled in Paris where he worked for Didier Faustino and Dominique Perrault, before co-founding his architectural and experimental practice Bunker Palace in 2016.

Gabriele Ugne Petrauskaite

Master Class Tutor

Gabriele studied at the the École Supérieure Estienne Paris and the Vilnius Academy of Arts where she received her MA in Visual Communication Design.  

Having received both the Young Designer Prize 2016 and the Lithuanian Printing Industry Award, and exhibited at the Paris Design Week and contributed to BranD Magazine in Hong Kong, Gabriele started her Visual Communication studio in Vilnius in 2018.

Henry Robert Beech Mole

Academic Council

Studio Research

Henry studied at the Architectural Association and the Royal College of Art in London where he graduated with a distinction.  He has been nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal, received the RIBA South East award and featured in the Architects' Journal in the UK.

Henry is a registered architect in both the UK and France, having worked for practices in both Paris and London, he opened his architectural studio, BoBo, in Montmartre, Paris in 2017.

James A M Smith​

Master Class Tutor

James is an architect currently based in Zurich, Switzerland, where he works with Hurst Song Architekten, having previously worked in London and Berlin. James studied at the University of Cambridge and the Royal College of Art. His thesis project explored the potential of an infrastructural environmental architecture in the Pearl River Delta of China. His current research explores the intersection of emerging digital technologies and the environmental imperative of the 21st century.

Emilio Koutsoftides

Master Class Tutor

Emilio Koutsoftides is an architect and artist living and working in Paphos, Cyprus.

 

After studying architecture at the Canterbury School of Architecture he worked for firms in Cyprus and Malaysia and successfully participated in international competitions.

From 2016 to 2018, Emilio worked at Teecom, involving designing exhibition venues worldwide. He has worked for the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum, Miami at the M+ Museum, Hong Kong, the National Museum of Jordan, the American Natural History Museum, New York and for the EXPO 2020, Dubai.

Neal Skinner

Master Class Tutor

Called to the Bar at the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in 2013, Neal has specialised in Commercial Law. Neal has previously worked in cross-border property litigation and now works in international property finance in central London.

Lucie Garnier​

Master Class Tutor

A graduate of the École Bleu in Paris, Lucie works with designers Laplace on luxury interior design projects around the world, from Mexico to the Austrian Alps from conception to completion.

Laura Jouan

Academic Council

Communication

Laura is a graphic designer and art director working as a freelancer between Paris and London.  She studied at the Royal College of Art in the visual communication department. Her practice often questions the physicality of graphic design.  She has exhibited her projects at Somerset House and the Whitechapel Gallery, London.

Jade Mroueh

French Language

Jade is a tutor for French as a foreign language.  A native of Lyon, she qualified in International Business, French as a Foreign Language and Linguistics.  She studied and worked for 10 years in a number of different countries, including Argentina, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Myanmar, Ukraine and the USA. Passionate about all languages, she has taught herself many foreign languages and through this developed teaching techniques that she brings to the study of French.  She now lives in Paris where she teaches to Professionals, International students and Refugees.

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