Christina Serifi is an architect, researcher and urbanist with a practice that intersects research, mapping visualisation and design, lying in the field of “critical spatial practice”. She is also co-founder of TiriLab an initiative and open platform which explores multi-cultural heritage related to local technologies, gastronomy and culture specifics from rural communities in northern Greece. Christina develops her professional practice through collaborations with local initiatives, professionals and academic institutions. She has coordinated various publications as Principal Researcher in Terreform, a New York Center for Advanced Urban Research, regarding indigenous knowledge, alternative educational models and self sufficiency. Her work investigates the forms, technologies, local practices and ecologies, and focuses on urban fragments, marginal spaces, as well as osculation of architectural and social space. Christina has been awarded with the Fulbright fellowship and is a selected Future Architecture Platform Fellow ‘20. She is currently working at the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture and the City [GTAS] at the Technical University Braunschweig on the DFG /AHRC-funded project Architecture after Architecture. For current updates check