Onur Teke is the founder and Principal architect at Teke Architects Office, an emerging award-winning international practice founded in 2015. His projects include the award-winning T-House; Kimbell Art Museum as the associate in charge for the Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW); Onur has been invited to give lectures in the United States and in Europe, and his work has been featured in architectural publications. In 2016 he has been chosen as a winner of the “Europe 40 under 40” award.
She graduated in Business Administration at Carlos III University in Madrid and later obtained a Master of Arts degree in Economics at Université Catolique de Louvain.
Raquel’s primary responsibility is the general management of TEKE Architects Office, with special focus on finances, client relationships, and contract negotiations.
Her professional experience covers, project management, cost control, risk management and business strategy skills which she has accumulated from her time as Project manager in international organizations such as The Red Cross and United Nations, Ernest & Young and latest as the financial controller at Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
She has two economic publications and has participated in numerous international economic summits.
Raquel Martin Rivero
Fausto Cappellini studied at European Institute of Design in Milan. Following a significant experience of 20 years as a model builder for RPBW he joined TAO. He obtained a special mention in the Young & Design Competition. Fausto manages the Model Lab and TAO Design where he produces models and prototypes. He uses the latest technological equipment as well as handcraft to produce models from the early phases of the design process through to final design stages.
Jelena Pejković graduated from Harvard University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, as a special concentrator in Architecture and Urban Design (A.B. 2003) and received her Master of Architecture degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.Arch. 2006). She worked for the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Paris (2005) and Genoa (2007-2010) on projects that include the Whitney Museum at Gansevoort (New York, NY) and Harvard Art Museums renovation and expansion (Cambridge, MA). In the recent years, Jelena’s interest in rural and vernacular heritage has taken her across the world, from around her native Balkans to as far as Bhutan. She has collaborated with Cultural Heritage without Borders since 2013 and has taken part in international vernacular documentation - VERNADOC campaigns since 2017. Jelena is a LEED Accredited Professional and a qualified conservation architect.
Tanju Coskun graduated from Istanbul Technical University. He carried out his first working experiences as an architect working for Coop HimmelBlau in Vienna and Eric Owen Moss office in Los Angeles.
Paolo studied architecture at Polytechnic School - UNIGE in Genova, and at Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture - Paris Belleville.
Attilio studied architecture at Polytechnic School - UNIGE in Genova. His thesis Bagwall handbook was shortlisted for the Young talent architecture award 2016 edition.
Attilio Delucchi Baroni
Pietro graduated with a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 2016. During his studies, he attended École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture - Paris Belleville.