I am a Master of Architecture candidate at Lawrence Technological University. Additionally, I hold a Master’s in Neuroscience Applied to Architecture and a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics and Computer Science.

I have a profound passion for design methodologies that place the human experience at the forefront within the built environment. My advocacy centers on design practices that prioritize people, ensuring that spaces are not only visually appealing but also contribute to the physical and psychological well-being of those who inhabit them. My mission is to create environments that are not just aesthetically pleasing but also genuinely enrich the lives of their users, promoting both their physical and mental health.

I strongly believe that my background in research and the multiple awards and scholarships in this field has equipped me with the skills to promote research and innovation within AIA Detroit.

I will support initiatives that encourage evidence-based design and integration of the latest scientific findings into architectural practice.

Previous to my current position, I spent a couple of years working in different aspects of the architecture field, in different countries, which has impacted my way of analyzing architecture. This experience included understanding the design process disparities between Europe and the USA, as well as the cultural nuances in user requirements. Today all my design iterations are created with the human experience in mind.

Throughout my career, I have gained valuable experience at reputable firms such as Impronta, Sasaki, and as a solo entrepreneur.

My research was presented at conferences and in publications such as IEEE, EDRA, ANFA, Planetree International, and European Healthcare Design. My work was featured in publications such as CityLab – Bloomberg, Gather, and The Center for Conscious Design – Madrid.