Filipa Roseta graduated in Architecture from Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa in 1996 where, today, she holds a lecturer/tutor position in architectural design courses. She is a partner of Roseta Vaz Monteiro Arquitectos, an architectural practice co-founded in 2001 with Francisco Vaz Monteiro, where she developed several projects including the Boa Nova Church, a Primary School and a Community Centre. She is a registered architect in Portugal since 1996. Parallel to her practice, she developed a theoretical discourse focused on modernity, particularly on how modern inventions affect the production of space. She was based in London from 2006 to 2008 where she obtained a PhD from the Royal College of Art with a thesis entitled The Modern Avenue. In her earlier professional years, she worked for Lisbon-based architectural practices and obtained an MPhil in Contemporary Architectural Culture (FAUTL). She has published articles, chapters in books and co-authored a book.