Dominika Pilch

Dominika was born and raised in Krakow, Poland where she developed her passion for sustainable conservation and adaptation of historic buildings. She then studied architecture at the University of the Arts London, where she developed a passion for placemaking, community support schemes, and urban sound landscapes. After graduating, she interned with GD Studio where she worked on restaurant interior design projects within heritage buildings.

While at the LSA, Dominika is working at daab design architects on large infrastructure projects and affordable housing. She is passionate about creating intersectionally inclusive cities for struggling communities and individuals, especially designing for non-neurotypicals such as people with adhd or autism. She is a keen photographer and experimental product designer with a background in textiles and woodworking. In her free time, she explores London through cycling and walking, discovering new places and ideas.