Aleksandra Wróbel

Aleksandra graduated with a degree in engineering from the Cracow University of Technology, where she defended her diploma with Prof. Anna Franta in 2018. During her studies, she held a six-month scholarship at Delft University of Technology. She expanded her knowledge by participating in Polish and international workshops: since 2015 she has been involved in the European Association of Architecture Students.
She gained professional experience during an internship in Savigliano in northern Italy, where she was involved in the reconstruction of traditional alpine buildings, and at the GXN Innovations office in Copenhagen, where she worked on the design of a sustainable masterplan for the southern part of Amsterdam.
She is the winner of numerous competitions, including a single-family housing project and a passive house project organized by the Cracow University of Technology, as well as the Light, Interior, Shadow competition under the auspices of SARP Cracow.
She is the author of numerous texts on auditory architecture and architectural imaging for the blind.
As of September 2019, she is a master's student at the Faculty of Architecture at Delft University of Technology. She is involved in a research project on St. Maarten, where she is tackling the issue of traditional Caribbean architecture that manifests environmental changes caused by litter. She wishes to develop this topic in her master's thesis and future career as an architect.

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