Guadalupe Babio Fernandez

City Science
  • Research Assistant

Guadalupe Babio is a Research Assistant at the  City Science group. Graduated in 2018 by the School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid. During her educational experience she has been visiting student  in the MIT Media LabTongji University and Technion University. She has also collaborated with BDU Office / Morphosis Spain and the technical office at the ETSAM.

As a designer with a background in architecture and a high-level understanding of emerging technologies, her work seeks to create tools and experiences that democratize access and interaction with complex information. Her research focuses on creating decision-making tools to empower local communities to tackle the challenges of rapid urbanization. Part of her work seeks to research about integrated, flexible, and dynamic infrastructure by using emerging technology, materials, and design strategies to create high-performance autonomous communities

Her previous work simulated the urban performance on generic cities where different distribution of the urban grid and multi-lev… View full description

Guadalupe Babio is a Research Assistant at the  City Science group. Graduated in 2018 by the School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid. During her educational experience she has been visiting student  in the MIT Media LabTongji University and Technion University. She has also collaborated with BDU Office / Morphosis Spain and the technical office at the ETSAM.

As a designer with a background in architecture and a high-level understanding of emerging technologies, her work seeks to create tools and experiences that democratize access and interaction with complex information. Her research focuses on creating decision-making tools to empower local communities to tackle the challenges of rapid urbanization. Part of her work seeks to research about integrated, flexible, and dynamic infrastructure by using emerging technology, materials, and design strategies to create high-performance autonomous communities

Her previous work simulated the urban performance on generic cities where different distribution of the urban grid and multi-level mobility patterns take place. She was also part of the design team for a platform  displayed at the Cooper Hewitt Museum

Guadalupe is passionate about designing beautiful products that intersect between the physical and digital realms, constantly looking forward to reimagining the human experience.