Katrina Stoll is an architect, urban designer, and educator. She currently works with Maryann Thompson Architects and has worked with Studio Gang, SCAPE, and Atelier Bow-wow. She taught architecture and theory at Syracuse University, ETH Zürich, and North Carolina State University. Along with Scott Lloyd and Room 11, Katrina developed IP2100 (Island Proposition 2100), which was featured at the Australian Pavilion for the 2010 Venice Biennale. She contributed to the publication Cities of Change: Addis Ababa and edited Infrastructure as Architecture: Designing Composite Networks. Her work has been featured in Mark, Wallpaper, and Evolo magazines and she has written for GAM. She received a Bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology at Cornell University and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University.