Ana Abram is a landscape architect and urbanist who divides her work-focus between academia, research and practice. Her work is based on an understanding of physical, natural and social contexts through complex design syntheses, while engaging with territorial, urban and natural systems. Over the course of her career she has collaborated with several well established and globally recognised offices in the field of architecture and landscape architecture, and has contributed to winning designs at international competitions. Ana leads the design research unit Anthropogenic Topographies at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. In addition, she has worked as an invited design critic at several leading schools of Architecture and Design, including the Architectural Association, where she also completed her Master of Arts studies with distinction. She is a co-founder of the award-winning AMPHIBIOUS Lab, which focuses on dynamic landscapes and their interfaces with anthropogenic environments. Her work has been built, published, exhibited and awarded internationally throughout Europe, North America, and Asia.