Marwa El Mubark is an architect working in London. She is a studio tutor at the Kingston School of Art and is interested in raising the cultural visibility and influence of design criticism through research, writing and built work. She is currently mapping the impact of climate change on cultural erasure along the River Nile. This is an extension of an ongoing project exploring intercultural dialogues between the east, where she was born and the west, Ireland, where she grew up. Her writing on heritage, sustainability and cultural preservation has appeared in a range of print Journals and publications including The Architectural Review, Wallpaper*, and Storey, Building among others.