Nerea Calvillo qualified as an architect at the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM 1999). That year she was awarded the Fulbright grant to follow a Master’s degree course at Columbia University. She has worked in various practices, such as NO.MAD (Madrid 1999-2001) and FOA (London 2001-2003). Since 2004 she founded her own office C+, winning several national and international competitions. Her work and articles have been published in architecture magazines and general media. Specialized in new technologies as a design tool, her research projects focused on data visualization and carthographies have been developed in several international universities and new technologies centers, including her recent project In the Air. Invisible cities are revealed through collaborative process and multidisciplinary teams, by sensing, describing, interacting and changing behavioural patterns of the existing urban environment. She is Design Studio Professor at the Universidad Europea de Madrid, and is currently curating Media(nera)Lab, the urban screen´s line of research of Medialab-Prado in Madrid.