Aida Miron is an architect, artist and educator interested in the cross section between architecture, urbanism, ecology, reconstruction and memory. She received a B.Arch from the Cooper Union School of Architecture, a M.Arch from the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona, and a post-graduate degree in urban studies from the Bauhaus Stiftung in Dessau. She has worked on a number of design and research project in NY, Berlin, Miami, Barcelona and Copenhagen and is co-founder of studio Kora Forms in Brooklyn, NY and partner of the landscaping and gardening design practice Casona Garden Design in Miami. For a number of years she has collaborated with Berlin based initiative Buero Schwimmer and worked along Engineers without Borders on reconstruction and education projects in Latin America. She has taught the first year design studio at the Cooper Union School of Architecture from 2009-2014, and lectured and served as a guest critic at a number of universities. Since 2012, she has been working on a mapping project of Latin America, investigating the relation between resource extraction, structures of power, development and ecocide, she is currently continuing this research at the Kunstakademiet NTNU in Trondheim, Norway.