Nick Dunn is an Author, Principal Lecturer and Director of Studies for the MArch Master of Architecture programme at the Manchester School of Architecture. He is co-director of the [Re_Map] atelier, whose research is concerned with the mapping and representation of urban networks, data and conditions. His books include, Digital Fabrication in Architecture (Laurence King, 2012) and the co-authored Urban Maps: Instruments of Narrative and Interpretation in the City (Ashgate, 2011). His primary research interests are in the fields of visualization, modelling, mapping, representation in architecture, infrastructure, post-industrial landscapes and urbanism. His work responds to the contemporary city as a series of systems, flows and processes, and is explored through experimentation and discourse addressing the nature of urban space: its perception, demarcation and appropriation.