I am a Berlin-based researcher and practitioner working across critical spatial practice, transformative pedagogies, and urban justice. My doctoral research and practice explored common(ing) space: sharing, (un)learning, and (un)making the city; a key problematisation that emerged was the aesthetics of common(ing) vis-à-vis the aesthetics of conflict. Amongst other things, I am a co-initiator and co-organiser of the project Common(s)Lab; a member of the >top project space and association; a board member of the transdisciplinary research collective AoA; and a member of the Common Grounds association (Prinzessinnengarten-Kreuzberg). I hold an MA in Architecture from the University of Auckland, New Zealand—having worked in the profession for several years—and recently completed my doctoral thesis at the National Technical University of Athens under the supervision of Stavros Stavrides (NTUA), Penny Koutrolikou (NTUA), and Jesko Fezer (HFBK).

Research Interests

Critical spatial practice; spaces of commoning; the right to the city; the politics of space and bodies; spatial performativity; postcapitalist praxis; transformative/situated pedagogies; psycho-somatic-socio-spatialities


Co-initiator, Common(s)Lab: Nachbarschaftslabor
Member, top e.V
Board member, Agents of Alternatives
Member, Common Grounds Association, Prinzessinnengarten