Researcher and practitioner working between the fields of neuroscience and architecture. Underwent unique educational training in medicine (Jagiellonian University & Tor Vergata), neuroscience (University College London, École Normale Supérieure and Sorbonne), and neuroscience applied to architectural design (Università IUAV). Practicing previously as a physician for over 15 years, gained a deep understanding of human physiology.
Since the completion of the NAAD Master, continuously experiments with various methodologies of application of neuroscience into architectural design.
In 2018, started to collaborate with Hume, a science-informed architectural and urban design studio created by Itai Palti. As Lab Lead, participated in projects for big companies and individual clients. Since 2020, as a co-founder, committed to the development of Impronta, a consultancy that specializes in translational research from neuroscience to architectural design and advises environmental creators on how to optimize human experience.
A fellow of The Centre for Conscious Design, home to the Conscious Cities movement, and a global think-tank that searches to address social challenges through urban design, contributing to the ‘Neuroscience and Architecture’ and ‘Design for Wellbeing' domains. Organized the Conscious Warsaw chapter, a part of the Conscious Cities movement since 2020.
Regularly writes and talks on the topic of 'neuroscience & architecture'. Her articles were previously published in the Journal of Science Informed Design, the 2020 Conscious Cities Anthology, and Intertwining Magazine. Co-authors Venetian Letter, a blog, and newsletter on science-informed design.