Sarah Robinson (Prof.) is an architect, writer, and educator whose practice is based in Pavia, Italy. Her writing and research is concerned with the many ways that the built environment shapes the body, mind, and culture. Her books, Nesting: Body, Dwelling Mind (William Stout, 2011), Mind in Architecture: Neuroscience, Embodiment, and the Future of Design with Juhani Pallasmaa (MIT, 2015) and Architecture is Verb (Routledge, 2021) are among the first works to engage with the dialogue between architecture and the cognitive sciences. Holding degrees in both philosophy and architecture, she was the founding president of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture board of governors. She is also an adjunct professor in Architecture, Design, and Media Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark, and teaches and is a member of the scientific board of NAAD at IUAV, Venice.