Natalia Olszewska

A theoretician and practitioner in the field of architectural design based on neuroscience and evidence-based design. She gained experience in this field, among others working with Hume, an avant-garde architecture and town planning studio founded by architect Itai Palti. She has consulted projects for large companies and individual clients. He also has over 10 years of medical practice. Co-founder of Impronta, a consulting company whose mission is to improve the human experience in architectural and urban spaces by integrating neurobiological knowledge in the architectural design process. She works with Divercity +, an international team of experienced experts and experts specializing in diversity management and social inclusion, where she focuses on inclusive design.
Fellow in 'The Center for Conscious Design', an international think-tank working at the interface between architecture and public health. Co-author of the 'Venetian Letter' blog devoted to popularizing the idea of ​​design based on scientific data. She published in 'Intertwining', 'Conscious Cities Anthology 2020' and 'Journal of Science-Informed Design'. Since 2019, he has been teaching 'Neuroscience Applied to Architectural Design' at the IUAV University in Venice, Italy. She graduated from medical studies (Faculty of Medicine of the Jagiellonian University & Tor Vergata University in Rome), neuroscience (Sorbonne Université, École Normale Supérieure, University College of London) and 'Neuroscience Applied to Architectural Design' studies (IUAV University, Venice).