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Halina is a Ph.D. researcher at Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, on Data-Supported Design for Transport Nodes and Sustainable Urbanization. Her research is under one of the twelve PhD Projects granted by the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment of TU Delft in 2021. Halina graduated in Architecture and Urbanism (2014), at the Pontifical Catholic University of Goias in Brazil. She obtained her Masters degree in Architecture in UCLA, where she worked as Graduate Student Researcher for the Now Institute, a partnership between UCLA and Morphosis Architects (Aug 2015- Jun 2016). She worked with Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP, in Los Angeles, (Jun 2016 - Nov 2017) and MVRDV (Feb 2018 - Jun 2021), as an Architect and Urban Designer, and as a Project Leader.

Her Ph.D. (2021-2025) investigates the integration of building data with geospatial aspects. It promotes design methods that favour sustainable urban growth, in particular carbon assessment for the built environment. Using Transit Oriented Development as a case for investigating low-carbon design, the Ph.D. further tests the transferability of carbon data across multiple design scales.


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