Margherita Filpi, Master Postgraduate in Advanced Architecture in 2010 at IaaC (Barcelona) is an italian qualified architect since 2008, currently located in Spain. Deeply interested in technology and biomimicry applied to architecture, she decides to direct her studies to parametric and generative design as well as digital tools, exploring the possibilities given by digital fabrication in architecture. Graduated with a thesis entitled "Sun Responsive Honeycomb Shells" developed with RhinoScript and Grasshopper, that deals with bio-inspired structural systems in which the form-finding process crosses with the parametrization of physical behaviours, interacting with environmental conditions. Previously she graduated in Architecture in Italy (Master of Arch with honours, Universitá degli Studi di Palermo 2007) with a thesis about Temporary Architecture designing an experimental construction system (Walk on Air_Pavilion Tree).She developed part of her university studies in Germany (RWTH Aachen 2005- 2006) where she widen her interests towards bio-architecture and advanced constructive system. She moved to Barcelona in 2008 and joined Ramon Malvar Architects where she developed residential and hostel projects. At Ramon Malvar Studio she also has been main part of CSR projects run by the Studio, being involved in the project of a Centre for Disable in Senegal, in which she has been in charge of project managing, logistics and construction supervision on site.