Aleksandrina is an architect based in London. Prior to establishing ALEKSA studio in 2015, Aleksa worked at the award-winning Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners across the commercial, residential and cultural sectors. She was primarily involved in the design and on-site coordination of the Leadenhall Building - a landmark tower in the city of London. Aleksa was awarded the Komfort award for best interior space at the RIBA President’s Medals Student Awards in 2008. She completed a Graduate Diploma/ Masters course in Architecture with Distinction at the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2011 where she received the Ambrose Poynter Prize for Distinguished work in the Diploma Thesis. Aleksa has taught architecture in Oxford, Leicester, London and Innsbruck since 2012 and is currently holding the position of Teaching Fellow in BSc Architecture and MEng Engineering and Architectural Design in The UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, London. She also sits on the Royal Institute of British Architects Validation panel and RIBA Education Development Group panel in the UK.