Dr. Natalia Mysak
Received a Masters of Architecture (2011) at the Lviv Polytechnic National University from the Department of Architectural Design; a post graduate student in the Department of Design and Fundamentals of Architecture since 2013. She completed an internship at the Vienna University of Technology (2013) and is currently interning in the Department of Urban Studies at Malmö University (2015-16). She is engaged in designing public spaces with input from the public, specifically as part of "Pidzamche Revitalization" (City Institute (Lviv), Institute of urban development (Krakow), 2013-14), and the "109" interdisciplinary planning group. On December 1, 2018, an architect defended her dissertation thesis "Identity Formation of the Large-Scale Housing Estates built in 1960/80s" (scholarly supervisor – Doctor of Architecture, professor Bohdan Cherkes) at the Lviv Polytechnic National University.
At the Center for Urban History Natalia is researching the modernist residential district Sykhiv in Lviv.
Spheres of interest: architecture of late modernism, modernist transformation of neighborhoods, architecture as an object of interdisciplinary research, representation in architecture, and architectural photography.