Liza obtained her bachelor’s degree in architecture in 2014 at KNUCEA in Ukraine. During her bachelor studies she spent an exchange year at the Faculty of Architecture in Lisbon, where she participated in landscape architecture and urban design.
Between her bachelor and master studies, Liza interned at White Architects in Stockholm, working mainly on residential and office building projects.
From 2013 to 2017 Liza was a National Contact of Ukraine at the European Architecture Students Assembly EASA, where she remains an active member.
In 2019 Liza graduated with an International Master of Architecture degree from KU Leuven (Campus Sint-Lucas Ghent). For her master dissertation project she was part of a design studio centered on the possibility of rethinking domestic space and housing affordability in the region of Brussels. Liza’s project was a politically driven attempt to imagine a ‘basic income dwelling’ in terms of typology, location and construction technique, conceived as a residential form that would available to all citizens, thus translating into architectural terms the philosophical notion of universal basic income.
After gaining practical experience at several architecture offices in Brussels and Antwerp, she joined BRUT in January 2021.