Clara Olóriz is a research and practicing architect. She is a studio master at AA Landscape Urbanism programme and director of Groundlab London. She has taught both design and theory courses and workshops at ETSAUN and Leeds Beckett and other universities worldwide. She developed her international PhD at the AA and ETSAUN on the relationship between technology and architecture. Along with her PhD research and Groundlab practice, she has contributed to several congresses, magazines (AD, Wallpaper Design Awards, Kerb) and books related to innovations in landscape architecture, territory and research by design at the intersection between history, theory and praxis. She has directed the AA Research Cluster Urban Prototypes and curated the Processing Environments symposium at the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum. Her research has been supported by fellowships, grants, and awards from the British Council, Conacyt, Bilbao Ekintza, Caja Madrid, Caja de Arquitectos and most recently AA Publications Fellowship.