Natalia Krysiak is a practicing architect and the founder of 'Cities for Play', Natalia specialises in the design of child-oriented environments, focusing on child-friendly cities and how the built environment can contribute to the health and wellbeing of children.
Natalia is also a Sessional Instructor at the University of Technology. Natalia has a Master of Architecture from Monash University.
In 2017 Natalia was awarded the David Lindner Research Prize by the Australian Institute of Architects.
Natalia has been an invited speaker to various national and international conferences including the 2018 Sydney Design Festival; 2018 International Urban Design Conference; 2018 UN Sustainable Development Conference in Singapore and the 2018 Salzburg Global Forum.
She has also published articles in numerous publications including the Planning Institute of Australia, the Architecture Bulletin, Landscape Australia, The Urban Developer and Parlour, promoting the need to address children's health and wellbeing in the planning and design of our cities.
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