Johanna Just

Johanna Just is a designer, researcher, and doctoral fellow at the Institute for Landscape and Urban Studies (LUS) at ETH Zürich supervised by Teresa Galí-Izard. In her work, she traces relationships between different species, humans and extractive ecologies in the Upper Rhine Plain and explores new spatial representation methods that allow for multispecies inclusive designs. Johanna is one of the organisers of Tentacular Writing, an ETH/EPFL summer school hosted by Somalgors74, together with Metaxia Markaki and Sila Karatas. Currently, she is guest editor of the 2024 special issue of the gta papers on Amazônía together with Ciro Miguel and Santiago del Hierro Kennedy and guest editor of the first issue of the LUS publication together with Sara Frikech. Together with Ness Lafoy, Flick Barbour and Agostino Nickl, Johanna is a founding member of the Bakerloos. She holds a MArch Architecture degree with distinction and Bartlett School of Architecture Medal from the Bartlett School of Architecture and studied Architecture at the University of Hanover and IUAV Venice. Johanna has worked in architecture and art practices in London and Germany and taught at the Bartlett and Oxford School of Architecture on architecture and landscape architecture programs.