Polish architect Aleksandra Jaeschke wins Wheelwright Prize 2019

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Aleksandra Jaeschke

Aleksandra Jaeschke (b. Poland, 1976.) She is a graduate of Harvard GSD (Doctor of Design, 2018) and the Architectural Association of London (AA Diploma, 2005), as well as a graduate architect in Italy and assistant professor of architecture and sustainable design at the University of Texas at Austin.

She was one of the Kosciuszko Foundation Fellows in 2014 and will be the Meadows Foundation Centennial Fellow at the Center for American Architecture and Design at the University of Texas at Austin from September 2019 to August 2021. He previously taught at the Woodbury School of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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