Rudabeh Pakravan is a designer and educator living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the principal of Rudabeh Pakravan Studio, an architecture and design firm. Her primary interests are how architecture operates at the scale of the city, and how hidden networks can affect urban space. Her project Instant City, a study of alternative futures for Dubai, was a part of the “Politics of Space and Place” conference at the University of Brighton, and most recently she has collaborated on Little, Big, a series of mile marking devices along the Pan-American Highway. Solar Veil, her design for the Land Art Generator Project, was published in The Time is Now: Public Art of the Sustainable City. She teaches architecture design studio at the University of California, Berkeley.