Timea studied architecture at both the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary and the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Madrid, Spain. Voluntary work has been always an essential part of her life. After volunteering in India and several countries in Europe, in 2014, she participated in the construction of a maternity ward in Senegal with ASF Spain using compressed earth bricks. She is interested in the impact that inclusive design can have on local community members’ lives, and the opportunities for the revival of traditional construction methods and empowering local disadvantaged groups by exchange of labour and knowledge. Currently, she is finishing her MA in International Architectural Regeneration and Development at Oxford Brookes University. Her dissertation treats the problem of concrete skeletons in Spain and analyses the opportunity for their reuse through local community involvement with the perspective of expansion to developing countries.