Daniel Ibañez is a practicing architect and urbanist. Daniel holds a MArch from ETSA Madrid, a MAA from IAAC and a MDesS in Urbanism, Landscape and Ecology with honors at Harvard GSD. He is founder and co-director of the design firm Margen-Lab (www.margen-lab.com) with headquarters in Boston, Santiago de Chile and Barcelona. At Harvard University, Daniel is teaching fellow (2013-) and Doctor of Design candidate, editor of the New Geographies Journal (www.new-geographies.squarespace.com) and research manager at the Urban Theory Lab GSD (www.urbantheorylab.net). In addition, he is currently visiting professor in the FADEU-UC in Chile (2015-) researching on “Wood Urbanism”. Daniel’s overall research critically seeks to frame the design disciplines in relation to broader socio-ecological interdependencies through cross disciplinary research on the field of urban metabolism. Daniel is editor of New Geographies 06: Grounding Metabolism (HUP, 2014), editor of Thermodynamics Applied to High-Rise and Mix-Use Prototypes (Harvard GSD, 2013) and editor of Third Coast Atlas (Actar, 2016).