Architecture For One Euro is an initiative of Alison Killing (Killing Architects) who collaborates with other Rotterdam-based architects and designers:
Alison Killing is an architect and urban designer, based in Rotterdam. She is originally from the UK and studied at Cambridge University and Oxford Brookes. She worked for a number of international offices in Rotterdam and London, before founding Killing Architects in September 2010.
Originally from Germany, Felix Lauffer received his Masters Degree in Architecture at the TU Delft and has been working for WEST8 in Rotterdam and ORG in Brussels and Boston. He is the founding partner of MOST Architecture and Urbanism together with Paul Geurts and Saxon Duckworth.
Jelle Homburg is a Dutch architect, involved as a freelance designer in various architectural practices in and around Rotterdam. He holds an MSc degree in Architecture, having studied at the Technical Universities of Delft and Berlin. Jelle’s work has been included in exhibitions in the 66EAST gallery and the Nai.
Matteo Garbagnati is an architect with over six years of international professional experience. He has collaborated with several Italian based offices and worked as freelancer for several now-completed housing and commercial building projects . For the past five years he has been working for Erick van Egeraat in Rotterdam.
Monika studied architecture and urban planning at the Poznań University of Technology in Poland, followed by a post-graduate course in urban management in Rotterdam and Lund (Sweden). She gained professional architecture and planning experience in her native city and in Liechtenstein, and has worked for seven years in the Netherlands. As a freelance journalist, she writes articles about Dutch architecture for Polish magazines.
Silvio Carta is currently working with MAG Architecture, a practice originally founded in 2009 in Rotterdam by experience architect Marta González Antón (Barcelona 1976). This young practice has a secondary base in Cagliari (Italy) and Salamanca (Spain). MAG | architecture has a design approach based on the necessity of a more sustainable architecture in terms of a sensible relation with the identity and values of the context.