Anna Gulinska, is an architect and urban designer, holding a position of project staff scientist at the IoA, researching and teaching in the framework of the joint international programs and Studio Sejima. Since 2013 she has been visiting guests critic in various institutions, and conducted several design workshops in Poland, Italy and Austria. Studied architecture at Technical College in Copenhagen and TU Cracow, concluded her studies graduating with distinction at the University of applied Arts Vienna ́s Postgraduate Program Urban Strategies, with her thesis ‘Beirut PoroCity The Body Intensities and Speculation’, on techniques of mapping physical features and social dynamic processes. She gained her professional experience at Berger+Parkkinen Architekten, contributing as to winning international competitions, and implemented modeling technique for executing nurbs-based constructions. She is cofounder of m108.net, a collaborative on digital communication strategies. Since 2004 she has been working on several large scale architectural proposals for Austrian, Spanish and Polish practices (including eg. Competence Park Salzburg, Paracelsus Bad in Salzburg, AuschwitzBirkenau State Museum, D12 aspern, adidas world of sports, Austrian Embassy in Bangkok). During her studies she was a member of the Polish Association of Architecture Students OSSA, organizing international workshops for the architecture students.