Cecilia Ruiloba Quecedo
Profesor Asoc. Dpto. de Teoría de la Arquitectura y Proyectos Arquitectónicos
cruiloba(at)arq.uva.es

Anni Vartola
Anni Vartola
Architect SAFA, Lic. Sci. (Tech.)
anni.vartola(at)aalto.fi

Harry Charrington
Phd (LSE), DipArch (Cantab), FHEA
h.j.charrington(at)bath.ac.uk

Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, University of Bath, United Kingdom

An Agency of Endless Play: Alvar Aalto & Frederick Kiesler

Ursula Koren
Ph.D. candidate
ursula.koren(at)gmail.com

Università IUAV di Venezia - Dottorato di ricerca in Composizione architettonica, Italy

Artifact vs. Nature: A Study of Aalto’s proposal for the Palace of Nations in Geneva

Tuomo Hirvonen
M. Arch.
hirvonet(at)yahoo.com

Marianna Heikinheimo
Architect (M. Sc.), M.A. (in Fine Arts), Ph. D. student
marianna.heikinheimo(at)archtours.com

Gevork Hartoonian
Professor
gevork.hartoonian(at)canberra.edu.au

University of Canberra, Faculty of Arts and Design, Australia

Topology in the Architecture of Alvar Aalto

Nugroho Utomo
PhD candidate
nugroho.utomo(at)canberra.edu.au

University of Canberra, Faculty of Arts and Design, Australia

Topology in the Architecture of Alvar Aalto

Jaime J. Ferrer Forés
Lecturer Professor, Architect, Ph.D.
jaime.jose.ferrer(at)upc.edu

Barcelona School of Architecture. Barcelona TECH.

Alvar Aalto and Jean-Jacques Baruël

Virginia Cartwright
Associate Professor of Architecture
vcart(at)uoregon.edu

Kristo Vesikansa
PhD student / part time teacher
kristo.vesikansa(at)aalto.fi

Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Department of Architecture

Aalto´s Finnish followers and the natural form

Laura Berger
PhD candidate
laura.berger(at)aalto.fi

Aalto University, Department of Architecture, Finland

The Vyborg Aalto Library as a Case Study

Ana Isabel da Costa e Silva
Master Architect, PhD researcher
aisilva(at)arq.up.pt

Faculty of Architecture of Oporto University (FAUP), Portugal
Study Centre of Architecture and Urbanism (CEAU) . Research Group ATLAS DA CASA

Wood and domestic architecture in Aalto’s work. Some influences on Portuguese Architecture.

John Gamble
johngamble000(at)gmail.com

The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Aalto's inclusive Formal Structures: The Villa Mairea

Rainier Hoddé
Professor
rainier.h(at)noos.fr

Ecole nationale supérieure d'architecture de Lyon et de Paris la Villette, France

Aalto, his row houses and their inhabitants

Peter MacKeith
Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture
mackeith(at)wustl.edu

Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St Louis St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Pedagogical Paradigms: Aalto’s University of Technology at Otaniemi and Mies Van Der Rohe’s Illinois Institute of Technology

Patrícia Miguel
patriciamiguel.dc(at)gmail.com

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Coimbra / Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology

Scandinavian Time, The Voyage of Raúl Hestnes Ferreira to Finland and the Inference of Alvar Aalto's Work in Portuguese Architecture During the Post-War II Period

Pirjo Mikkonen-Joublanc
MSSc
pirjo_mikkonen(at)hotmail.com

Ulrike Passe
Assistant Professor of Architecture
upasse(at)iastate.edu

Pekka Passinmäki
Associate Professor, Architect, Ph.D.
pekka.passinmaki(at)tut.fi

Antony Radford
Emeritus Professor of Architecture
antony.radford(at)adelaide.edu.au

School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design The University of Adelaide, Australia

Responsive Cohesion in the Form Language of the Aalto Ateliers

Catarina Gomes Sampaio
Architect, Ph-D student
csampaio(at)arq.up.pt

Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto (FAUP), Portugal
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. Ministério da Educação e Ciência (FCT), Portugal
FAUP Architecture and Urbanism Study Centre (CEAU). Research Group: Architecture: Theory, Project and History

Alvar Aalto and Álvaro Siza: Theory and Project Methodology

Miguel Borges de Araújo
Architect, Doctoral Student
miguelborgesdearaujo(at)gmail.com

Mihoko Ando
Doctoral student
a_mhk(at)hotmail.com

Dept. of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Graduate school of Engineering, Kyoto University

The Idea of the Primary Stage in Alvar Aalto’s Drawings Through the Analysis of the Design Process of “Vuoksenniska Church (1955–1958)”

Seija Linnanmäki
Senior Advisor
Seija.Linnanmaki(at)nba.fi

National Board of Antiquities, Cultural Environment Protection
The Department of Architecture, Restoration Policy and Guidance
Helsinki, Finland

Aalto’s ideas on air-conditioning - how Finland became a “Fanland”?

Aino Niskanen
Professor
aino.niskanen(at)aalto.fi

Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
Department of Architecture, Finland

Aalto and history