She has studied art history and philosophy at the Humboldt University Berlin and holds a Master of Science degree in Architecture from the Technical University of Berlin. From 2016 to 2019 she was research assistant at the Institute for Design and Architecture, Prof. Dr. Marc Angélil, at ETH Zurich. Since 2020 she is assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture and Landscape, Prof. Klaus K. Loenhart, at the Graz University of Technology, Austria. Her research area focuses on cooperative housing production and the political and socio-economic impact of participatory design practices. Her work investigates micropolitical urban dynamics and the inclusion of more-than-human agencies as equal actors within social-ecological, cultural processes. She is currently completing her PhD thesis on The Sensitive City – The Micro-political Transformation of Territories by Prof. Aglaée Degros, Institute for Urbanism.