Noemí Blager is a London-based architect and curator. After graduating from the University of Buenos Aires in 1985, she settled in Barcelona where she worked on various public and private projects. In 1994 she moved to London, initially working as a consultant for building and design industries, returning to architecture practice in 2006. During a project in Brazil, Noemí discovered the legacy of Italo-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi (1914–1992). Inspired by the social dimension of Lina’s work, Noemí mounted the exhibition Lina Bo Bardi: Together, which opened at the British Council in London in 2012 and went on to tour internationally for the next four years. In 2020, she published the book Lina Bo Bardi: Together. Former acting director of The Architecture Foundation, Noemí was on the Design Museum’s curatorial board and co-director of the 2014 London Festival of Architecture. A speaker at numerous international conferences including Design Museum, ICA, and RIBA in London, AIA NY, ArkDes Stockholm, and IKA Vienna, she is also a regular guest lecturer and critic at Harvard GSD, IIT Chicago, AA, RCA, and CASS in London among others.