Athens-based researcher and architect. She holds a diploma of Architect Engineer and a MSc in the postgraduate program ‘Architecture – Spatial Design’ both in the department of Architecture in the National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A). She works as a professional researcher both in academia and in city-related art projects. She currently is a PhD candidate at the department of Architecture in N.T.U.A., where she also works as teaching and research associate. Her academic research deals with methodologies of mapping and designing, further specialising in city reading and mapping methodologies in the context of urban design processes. Her interdisciplinary approach combines theory, fieldwork, experiments and applications. Concepts included in the case-studies of her research interests are: city and public urban space, lived experience and sensorial perception, topography, urban space semiotics, object-subject interaction. Her work is very familiar with the condition of the city and especially the case-study of Athens and Attica.