Julita began her studies in Architecture in 2014 at the University of Kent in the UK. Her interest in the social impact of design on the larger scale led her to obtain a master’s degree in Urban Design and Urban Architecture from Aalborg University in Denmark in 2019. Through an internship at a Landscape and Urban Design office in Rotterdam, she gained further insight into landscaping and sustainable urban development. Her thesis focused on integrating water management strategies in public space design for climate change adaptation and revitalisation of cities.

In 2021, Julita graduated with an International Master of Architecture degree from KU Leuven. Her thesis explored concepts of social justice and inclusive practices for provision of affordable housing, through incremental mobility of socio-spatial interventions.

Julita has always had a particular interest and passion for environmental and social sustainability in urban development. She joined BRUT in November 2021 to continue her career as an architect and urban designer. She is working on the large scale raamcontract in Mol, currently investigating the transformation of the train station area and green boulevard, as well as multiple neighbourhood masterplans, such as social housing projects De Standaard and Lillo.