Kinga Kimic, PhD, is a landscape architect, designer, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Warsaw University of Life Sciences (WULS) – SGGW, Poland. Her master thesis (1998) and doctoral thesis (2003) conducted at WULS were related to values of public parks in historical, social and functional contexts presenting the connections of the past to the present. Her teaching experiences and present research are related to programming and designing urban public spaces with a special interest to public green areas. As member of WG3 at COST Action CA18126 “Writing Urban Places. New Narratives of the European City” she focuses on the retrospective narrative and storytelling in creation and redevelopment of urban public spaces in relation to their historical background – application of different methods (observation, mapping, survey, reading, etc.) in the field of writing places to identify and understand their specificity and uniqueness.

Kinga holds the function of STSM Coordinator at COST Action CA18126. She is a vice-president of the Landscape Architects Section at the Warsaw Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (OW SARP). She is an author and co-author of scientific publications related to public green areas in the cities.

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