Elizabeth Lenell Davies mixes architecture and design with intentional acts of urban acupuncture to positively transform communities. After completing her Masters in Architecture in Los Angeles, she worked on the design of the Bangkok Contemporary Art Museum. The architectural model, made to fit in a travelling suitcase, connected LA, Bangkok, and New York. While in New York she co-wrote The (Cosmos)etic Case, a pithy book distributed by Printed Matter. Elizabeth currently resides with her family in Toronto, where she teaches an architectural program for the arts organization No.9, called Imagining My Sustainable City to thousands of youth in diverse neighbourhoods. She is passionate about inspiring the next generation to envision building a sustainable Toronto.