PhD Candidate in Architecture
She studied architecture at the Bauhaus University, Weimar and the Technical University Dresden. Prior to joining the PhD program at UPenn she was practicing architecture in Berlin as a principal of Weichsel Sollich Architekten. Anna’s research focuses on the intersection of art, science, and architecture in the 19th and 20th century. Her dissertation centers on the architectural experimentation of early 20th century Russia and examines the conceptions of experimental experience of space bound to ideas of movement, rhythm, and the creation of psycho-organizational effects with architecture.