Alessandra Cianchetta is a leading architect and founding partner of AWP, Paris, the award-winning practice that works across scales and genres – from the 160 ha strategic masterplan for the Paris CBD to pavilions, landscapes, interiors, exhibitions and publications. AWP’s work is regularly shown at venues worldwide such as MAXXI, Cité de l’Architecture, MoMA and the Storefront for Architecture and Art. It has been featured in NY Times, Le Monde, Casabella, Wallpaper, The Guardian and PINUP. Alessandra is currently a thesis supervisor at The Berlage and also teaches at Columbia University GSAPP, having previously taught at Cornell University. Current projects include a 85,000 square metre transformation project for the city of Lausanne.