Bottega 11 is the intellectual, pedagogical and architectural laboratory of Carolina Dayer. She currently teaches at Aarhus School of Architecture in Denmark and is the Associate Editor of Design for the Journal of Architectural Education in the USA. She is a licensed architect in her native country, Argentina. Her research, teaching, and original work centers on theoretical and experimental forms of architectural representation, as well as cultural, political and material practices. Additionally, she has published, lectured internationally, and organized symposia on matters of the imagination and drawing practices. She recently published her co-edited book entitled Confabulations: Storytelling in Architecture (Routledge) and she is currently working on her latest co-edited book Activism in Architecture: The Bright Dreams of Passive Energy to be published in 2018. Her personal design work has been exhibited in Argentina, United States and Denmark.