Architectural designer and scholar Bryony Roberts started her own research and design practice in 2011 after graduating from Yale and Princeton. Her practice combines strategies from architecture, visual art, and cultural theory to produce transformations of existing architecture. Her work has received a Graham Foundation Individual Grant and was featured in the Chicago Architecture Biennial of 2015. In addition to design projects, she has published in Log, Future Anterior, and Architectural Record and guest-edited the journal Log on the topic of ‘New Ancients’. She has also taught architecture at the Rice School of Architecture, SCI-Arc, and the Oslo School of Architecture. Bryony Roberts was awarded the Rome Prize to develop her work at the American Academy in Rome from 2015 to 2016.