Eleftheria Gavriilidou is an Architect and Landscape Architect; she graduated from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2015) as a fellow of the State Scholar- ships Foundation in the field of urban infrastructure and environment. She has researched and practiced in the concept of community aided design and participatory processes in the regeneration of public space, as a trans- formative force in the age of socio-economic uncertainty. Since 2014 she has run the project Kipos 3: City as a Resource, and so has been designing, creating and man- aging the first urban community garden in the Municipal- ity of Thessaloniki. Lately, she has become a contributor to Thessaloniki 100 Resilient Cities, pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation working team in the Metropol- itan Development Agency, Municipality of Thessaloniki. She has also worked as a freelance architect, exhibited projects in architectural and art exhibitions in Greece and Europe, and participated in various related scientific conferences, panels and urban design workshops.