Marc Schoonderbeek is the coordinator of the research group B&T and received his doctorate in architecture from TU Delft in 2015. His dissertation, 'Place-Time Discontinuities; Mapping in Architectural Discourse', presented a theory of mapping in architectural discourse by making explicit the relationship between spatial analysis and architectural design. Marc Schoonderbeek has practiced architecture in the Netherlands, Germany and Israel. In 1998, he and his partner Pnina Avidar founded 12PM-Architecture; Office for Architecture and Urbanism, Design and Research in Amsterdam. He edited the journal Footprint, lectured at numerous architecture institutes, and contributed to architectural magazines. In 2004, he co-founded 66EAST Centre for Urban Culture in Amsterdam and published 'Houses in Transformation: Interventions in European Gentrification' (2008; with J.J. Berg, Tahl Kaminer, and J. Zonneveld); 'Border Conditions' (2010), the 'Modi Operandi'; series (initiated in 2013) and 'X Agendas for Architecture' (2015, with Oscar Rommens and Loed Stolte).