Inês is a Portuguese-born architect, partner in WUDA* Wurfbaum Dantas Architects (Munich-London). She engages in housing and urban schemes, cultural projects, green networks with participatory methods. Ines integrates experimental frameworks and research into architectural-art outputs such as public interactive installations and performative urban practices: Popup Ecologies (London Design Festival), Wohnwald (Cities Methodologies, London), Emospheric Landscapes , (Lisbon Architecture Triennale). Ines’ work has been exhibited internationally: MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Edge, Lothringer 13, Unfolding Pavilion - Venice Biennale. She holds a PhD by Architectural Design awarded by Bartlett School of Architecture - University College London. Currently she teaches at the Chair of Architectural Design and Participation (Studio Kéré//TUM). Ines has taught at the Institute for Experimental Architecture (Innsbruck University), University of Brighton, Architectural Association Visiting School Singapore and lectured in Lisbon Triennale, London NEXUS, Lichtakademie Bartenbach, Milan Polytechnic, Mumbai Rizvi College of Architecture and San Francisco Academy of Art University.