Annik Keoseyan is an architect and researcher with a particular interest in the creation of architectural narratives from experimentation. Her latest project uses feminism as a methodological tool to improve poor living situations in social housing.
Her work has been published in KooZarch, Plataforma Arquitectura, Arquine, Future Architecture Platform, among others.
Her last project was exhibited in the Belgian Interior Biennale of 2018.
She has previously worked with Bernard Dubois, Richard Venlet & Philippe Vander Maren, Mauricio Rocha & Gabriela Carrillo, among others.
Currently, she works as an independent architect between Mexico City and Brussels.
Annik graduated as an architect from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, she studied at the Czech Technical University from Prague and the Ècole nationale supérieure d'architecture de Paris la Villette. She holds a Master degree in Architecture from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, where she graduated as magna cum laude from the research studio by Martino Tattara from DOGMA.
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