Camelia Layachi is an interior architect, computational designer and researcher completing her master’s in Design (MDes) at Concordia University. Her Amazigh (North-African Indigenous) heritage is central in her architecture practice. She actively investigates the intersections between Indigenous and non-Indigenous space planning theories and aims to resist the hegemonic conditions in modernist architecture. During her BSc in interior architecture and environmental design, she developed a strong interest in decolonizing architectural technologies and digital tools. Her current research explores the interplay between online placemaking and the agency of space and machine learning in modelling software.