Guadalupe Babio Fernandez

City Science
  • Visiting Student

Architect, Designer, Builder

Guadalupe Babio is a Research Fellow at the  City Science group. Graduated in 2018 by the School of Architecture of Madrid, ETSAM, having obtained the highest grade with her master thesis Utovias. During her educational experience she has been visiting student  in  Tongji University and Technion University, where she learned her computational skills. She has also colaborated with BDU Office / Morphosis Spain and the tecnical office at the ETSAM.

She is focused on very different lines of research and work; her antidisciplinary approach fits on the Media Lab philosophy: City Science, data visualization, urban mobility, building design & construction, energy simulation and building efficiency & sustainability, etc.

Her research is looking to simulate 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.

Architect, Designer, Builder

Guadalupe Babio is a Research Fellow at the  City Science group. Graduated in 2018 by the School of Architecture of Madrid, ETSAM, having obtained the highest grade with her master thesis Utovias. During her educational experience she has been visiting student  in  Tongji University and Technion University, where she learned her computational skills. She has also colaborated with BDU Office / Morphosis Spain and the tecnical office at the ETSAM.

She is focused on very different lines of research and work; her antidisciplinary approach fits on the Media Lab philosophy: City Science, data visualization, urban mobility, building design & construction, energy simulation and building efficiency & sustainability, etc.

Her research is looking to simulate 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.