Constance C. Bodurow is currently an Associate Professor of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan, USA, tenured in January 2013. Professor Bodurow is a registered planner, certified urban designer, associate member of the AIA and Founding Director of studio[Ci], a transdisciplinary design collaborative (http://studio-ci.net/). An urbanist with over twenty years of design practice and teaching experience, Professor Bodurow holds a BFA (industrial design) and two Masters Degrees in planning/urban design and architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Professor Bodurow’s award winning applied research agenda addresses design opportunities related to net zero energy, generative uses for vacancy, and hybridized infrastructure networks, and is funded by the Ford Motor Company Fund, Coleman Foundation, LISC, et. al. Professor Bodurow’s design and research has been published by Wiley-Blackwell and widely disseminated through ACSA, ACSP, AIA, APA, ARCC, EAAE, EUAA, et al.