Architect dedicated to Engaging Youth with the Built Environment
I break down complex systems found in our built environment into archetypical ideas. From these ideas, I create hands-on experiences that enable tactile memory, meaning and context through location in culture and geography.
Through my work, I aspire to create new paths by exploring deeper the iterative process of making. I trained as an architect at the ETH Zurich and have been working for the past few years designing hands-on learning that reflects these archetypical ideas. Since 2015, I have worked with over 2000 students in around the world exploring the sensory-cognitive process of learning and building.
To join in a global network of creative and forward-thinking educators.How can education support students to flourish?
Every child is capable of changing the world when given the opportunity.