Elizabeth Christoforetti is a founder and principal at SUPERNORMAL, an urban research and design group on the forefront of translating new forms of granular urban and real estate data into intelligent design, development and planning outcomes. She works across scales, bringing together the disciplines of urban design, strategic planning and architecture in order to incrementally improve the life of our cities. She received a Master in Architecture with Distinction from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, where she received the Henry Adams Medal, the school’s highest academic honor. Elizabeth previously held a fellowship in the Social Computing Group at the MIT Media Lab, where her work on the analysis of public life and public space won a Knight Foundation Prototype grant in 2015. She has also practiced architecture and urban design at Utile, where her work focused on the design of innovative housing and mixed-use building typologies and progressive planning strategies for their integration into the public realm, and has served as an instructor in the architecture department at Northeastern University. Elizabeth lives and works in Cambridge, MA.