come aboard our ship!
Urban Dictionary: slang invitation issued to another to share in one’s perspective.

Fernanda Palmieri is architect and urban designer, working across practice and research and between London and São Paulo. She is a lecturer at Central Saint Martins and the University of East London, and completed a Master of Research in critical urbanism in 2021 (UEL MRes Architecture). 
She led the São Paulo based studio Galeria Arquitetos with Fernanda Neiva for 20 years where she acquired a vast experience in working collaboratively and practiced architecture at all scales, from urban infrastructure and public realm projects to institutional, educational and residential buildings. In the UK, she worked in regeneration projects, housing and educational buildings. Some of the projects she participated include Charter School Sports Hall (Southwark Building and Design Services - 2005), Aylesbury Estate Phase 1a (Levitt Bernstein Architects - 2007) and Bexleyheath Master Plan (Allies and Morrison - 2008).

Carsten Jungfer is architect and urban designer, working across practice, research, and knowledge exchange with over two decades experience through multi-disciplinary collaborations in community, public realm, art & workspace, mixed-use, residential, retail and participatory design projects.
He is partner at zectorarchitects based in London & Munich, which he co-founded with Norbert Kling in 2003. He’s joint recipient of the Munich Architecture Award 2020 (Förderpreis München), successfully participated in international competitions (Europan 10) and consecutively worked on Dessau’s central public realm strategy implemented between 2010-20.
He is senior lecturer at the Department of Architecture at the University of East London, where he leads a design studio with focus on socio-spatial production and city-making since 2012. Through live-project pedagogy he delivers innovative learning partnerships together with community stakeholders and local authorities (incl. London Borough of Hackney, Haringey and GLA) with a focus on East London.