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Tatiana Abaurre Alencar Gavric

Assistant researcher

Tatiana is an assistant researcher at the InnoRenew CoE in the research group Human Health in the Built Environment.

She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Urbanism at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro. After that she moved to Vancouver, Canada where she got a Master’s degree in Advanced Studies of Architecture from the University of British Columbia.

Her research focuses on sustainable architecture, specifically on biophilic design, and how to design buildings that have a positive influence on health and well being. Her work experience includes architecture, design, and green building certification.