Kata Fodor, PhD Researcher
Kata is an Architect and urban designer focusing on the relationship between affordable housing and urban food systems. She is a co-founder of the multidisciplinary design studio Atelier Kite, and has recently joined the NODUS Research Group at Aalto University to undertake her PhD project titled ‘Design Strategies for Creating Circular Food Systems in European Cities’. Kata’s research directly complements her design practice – developing collaborative urban food spaces across European cities. She has worked on a range of projects in Denmark, Ireland, Austria and in the UK, where her work has also been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Kata graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna in 2012 and received her Master’s degree from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2015. She has previously worked for Viennese Architecture firms Feld72 and Querkraft.