Kate Mishchenko is an architect, she graduated from Moscow School of Architecture MARCH, and has a double Bachelor’s degree at MARCH and London Metropolitan University. During her studies she spent a year in London as an exchange student, took part in Compostela summer school organized by Compostela Architecture institute and other international workshops. Originally from Russia, she is now living in Spain where she pursues her studies in a Master’s program at Barcelona School of Architecture ETSAB of Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya.
In her student research and analytical work Kate has explored conceptual aspects of connection between human perception and the qualities of architectural spaces, natural and man-made landscape. In her Bachelor thesis she analysed educational spaces designed as an expression of architects’ manifests, and their suitability for real life needs. On her way to a deeper understanding of human interaction with the built environment, Kate joined The Moving Boundaries course team in Spain and Portugal. Before pursuing her career in architecture, Kate obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and worked as a consultant and a project manager. She speaks English, French, Spanish and Russian.