Ola Uduku and Michael Collins
Ola Uduku is Head of Liverpool School of Architecture. Her research specialisms include modern architecture in West Africa, the history of educational architecture in Africa, and contemporary issues related to social infrastructure provision for minority communities in the ‘West’ and ‘South’. She promotes the documentation and recording of Modernist Buildings and Landscapes (Docomomo) and is President of the African Studies Association, UK. She previously held academic positions at Manchester School of Architecture and Edinburgh University.
Michael Collins is an Irish architect, certified Passivehaus specialist and founder of MCA, an award-winning practice based in London. He is a lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and course co-lead of the emergent cities MSC at ESALA. Michael is a trustee of Letchworth Garden City and chairs the city urban design and placemaking group. He is a PhD candidate at The University of Cambridge and studied at the Edinburgh College of Art, ETSAB Barcelona and the University of Edinburgh.