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William Feuerman is a designer, academic and writer working in Australia and the US. He is the Director of Office Feuerman (OF), a Sydney-based design and research office, founded in New York in 2007. Before starting OF, William worked at several leading international architecture firms including five years at Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York.

William’s research interests in architecture and visual perception stem from his own experience of an acute, isolated stroke causing a disorder that affected the coordination of his eyes. With an emphasis on the construction of experiences and the mechanics between the mind, body and environment, he examines how new ways of seeing can be translated into dynamic environments that generate active and responsive spaces. In 2010, he began teaching at UTS, where he served as the Course Director for the Bachelor of Design in Architecture program and Associate Head of School from 2012-2016.

He has coordinated and taught in graduate and undergraduate architecture programs in Australia and the US. At Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) he coordinated and taught design studios in the New York/Paris and Introduction to Architecture programs. He taught in the graduate architecture program at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design as well as the undergraduate interior design program at Pratt Institute’s School of Art and Design.

William studied at Columbia University GSAPP and at the California College of the Arts. He came to Sydney in 2010 via New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. He is a contributor to the New York-based website Untapped Cities (www.untappedcities.com), where he writes about architecture and the city of Sydney.

 

 

Endriana Audisho is an Associate Lecturer at UTS, where she coordinates first year design studio and teaches second year history and theory. Endriana has been working as a graduate architect for OF since 2011 and is currently completing a second masters of architecture degree (by research). 

Endriana Audisho is an Associate Lecturer at UTS, where she coordinates first year design studio and teaches second year history and theory. Endriana has been working as a graduate architect for OF since 2011 and is currently completing a second masters of architecture degree (by research). 

Adam Hoh is a 3rd year undergraduate and Dean's list honourary student at the University of Technology, Sydney. Adam has also recently returned from exchange at the Delft University of Technology in 2013.

Adam Hoh is a 3rd year undergraduate and Dean's list honourary student at the University of Technology, Sydney. Adam has also recently returned from exchange at the Delft University of Technology in 2013.

Dane Voorderhake is a UTS Masters Graduate and joined OF in 2015. He has lived and studied in Berlin + Amsterdam. He was selected to speak at Customs House in 2012 and in 2015 was part of a team nominated for an AIA Student Design Award for 'Structural Innovation in Architectural Design'.

Dane Voorderhake is a UTS Masters Graduate and joined OF in 2015. He has lived and studied in Berlin + Amsterdam. He was selected to speak at Customs House in 2012 and in 2015 was part of a team nominated for an AIA Student Design Award for 'Structural Innovation in Architectural Design'.

Gonzalo Valiente joined OF in 2013 after graduating from ETSAM (Escuela technica Superior de Arquictura de Madrid). He was a Leonardo Scholarship recipient in 2012, awarding him with an internship at Rene Van Zuuk Architects.

Gonzalo Valiente joined OF in 2013 after graduating from ETSAM (Escuela technica Superior de Arquictura de Madrid). He was a Leonardo Scholarship recipient in 2012, awarding him with an internship at Rene Van Zuuk Architects.

Tracey Hau is a UTS Graduate and an Architectural and Research Assistant at OF on-and-off since 2011. In 2012, she received the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship and the HASSELL prize for Architectural Advocacy.

Tracey Hau is a UTS Graduate and an Architectural and Research Assistant at OF on-and-off since 2011. In 2012, she received the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship and the HASSELL prize for Architectural Advocacy.