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Made in Bulgaria, raised in Morocco, and matured in the UK, I now call Brooklyn home. I've been writing about architecture and design for more than eight years.

Today, I am a contributing writer for Fast Company's Co. Design, and a contributing writer for Wired. I mostly cover cities, buildings, objects, materials, and technology, with a particular interest in accessibilitybiomimicry, branding, and the intersection of psychology and design.  


My stories have also appeared in The Atlantic, CNN Style, Dwell, Bloomberg CityLab, Smithsonian, Curbed, Conde Nast Traveler, Metropolis, Architectural Digest, Eye on Design, Cultured, Next City, Wallpaper*, Blueprint, ICON, Dezeen, Suitcase, and elsewhere.

I am currently writing a family memoir about communist-era Bulgaria through the lens of the objects in the attic of my childhood home. 


From 2018-2019, I was the editor of OnOffice Magazine in London. In 2021, I wrote a column for LX Collection called Block & Lot, which took an in-depth look at the blocks that make up Manhattan. I'm also a copywriter and a moderator, and have led a dozen panels about design and architecture

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