Daniel Movilla Vega holds a Ph.D. in Architecture, Summa Cum Laude, from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. His doctoral thesis, Housing and Revolution, won the Award for Outstanding Doctorate 2015-2016. He works at Umeå School of Architecture (Sweden), where he leads a studio in the bachelor’s programme. He has been Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Architecture at Luleå University of Technology (Sweden), Researcher at Research Group in Collective Housing GIVCO at ETSAM UPM (Spain), and Visiting Researcher at Columbia University (USA), TU Delft (The Netherlands), MARKhI (Russia), FAU-USP (Brazil), NTNU (Norway) and ArkDes (Sweden). Movilla’s studies focus on housing design as a collective, civic practice that can help question social structures at residential, urban and territorial levels. He is currently conducting research on housing practices in Sweden on a nation-wide scale. His latest publication, 99 Years of the Housing Question in Sweden (Studentlitteratur, 2017), presents the history of modern architecture in Swedish housing as a spatial, social and political phenomenon.