Miriam Liskova

Architecture Against Segregation of People

Miriam Liskova is an architect and urban designer, co-founder of SLLA Architects (WWW.SLLA.NET) and development projects manager. She studied at Faculty of Architecture Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and the Ecole d'Architecture de Lyon. SLLA is working in different geographical, social and cultural situations in Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Spain, Kenya currently focusing on the regeneration of mass-housing areas (projects Petržalka in Bratislava, Community Centre Máj in České Budějovice), public housing (Siemensäcker in Vienna), development projects (Kenya), in cooperation with UN Habitat’s Safer Cities Programme, Faculty of Architecture of the Slovak University of Technology Bratislava, Centre of Urban Studies JKUAT Nairobi, ETSAM Madrid and CO´LOKO Madrid, and is currently organizing a series of urban design workshops in Bratislava, Nairobi and Madrid.