Daniela Patti is a co-founder of Eutropian. She is an Italian and British architect and planner who studied in Rome, London, Porto and Vienna. Specialised in urban regeneration and environmental planning through collaborative processes, her recent research and projects focus on the governance of peri-urban landscape, the revitalisation of local food markets and new economic models for urban development. In recent years she has worked within the URBACT program ad Lead Expert in the Interactive Cities network, dealing with social media governance, and as Project Manager in the Temporary Use as a Tool for Urban Regeneration network (TUTUR). Furthermore, in 2014 and 2015 she worked for the Rome Municipality, where she elaborated the strategy for the access to the European Structural Funds to be invested on urban regeneration. Since 2012, she is Board Member of the Wonderland Platform for European Architecture, responsible for its collaborative planning series. Between 2010 and 2013, she has been a researcher at the Central European Institute of Technology, where she was responsible for the Project Management of EU Smart Cities and urban regeneration projects. Moreover, she has been a guest lecturer at the University of Roma Tre, Tor Vergata and Universidad de Buenos Aires.