Fani Kostourou is an architect, urban designer, and academic. Trained at the National Technical University of Athens, she holds a MAS in Urban Design from ETH Zürich and an MRes in Spatial Design: Architecture & Cities from University College London. She is a Fellow of the UK's Higher Education Academy, and has previously taught at the Welsh School of Architecture, the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, and Bartlett Development Planning Unit. In 2017, she joined the MIT Department of Architecture and Computation as a visiting researcher and participated in the EU-funded Future Architecture Platform. Her design work has featured in group exhibitions in MoMA New York, MAR in Rio de Janeiro, and the biennales of Sao Paulo, Venice, and Chile. Fani currently finishes her PhD research supported by an EPSRC Doctoral Training Grant at the Bartlett, teaches at the Welsh School of Architecture, and works as a researcher at Theatrum Mundi, an international research centre that expands the crafts of city-making through collaboration between artists, architects, and urbanists.