She was born in Thessaloniki on 9/12/1957. She graduated from the American college “Anatolia” in 1975. She studied architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and received her diploma of architect – engineer in 1981. She continued her studies at post graduate level, at the College of Environmental Design, University of California – Berkeley and received a M. Arch. in 1982. As a scholar of the Greek Scholarships Foundation, she continued her studies first, at the Universite de Paris IV –Sorbonne, and received in 1984, a “Diplome d' Etudes Approfondies” (D.E.A.) having as subject «Geographie – Amenagement du Patrimoine”, and in 1985, she received a M.A. in Conversation Studies from the I.A.A.S. - University of York, U.K..
She has worked as a researcher at the Academy of Architecture in Paris (1987-1989), as an architect restorer and exhibition designer for the Greek Ministry of Culture (1993-2000) and as a free lance architect (1989-1993 / 2000- ). She taught, as adjunct lecturer, at the School of Architecture of the University of Thessaly (2000-2005), and at the School of Architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2001-2004). She was elected lecturer of architectural and urban design, at the School of Architecture A.U.Th. in 2004, and assistant professor in 2010. Since 2005, she has been teaching at the post graduate program of the Greek Open University “Environmental Design of Cities and Buildings”.
She has designed numerous museum exhibitions and carried out private and public design projects.
Architectural and Urban Design, Sustainable Urban Design, Design of Museum Buildings and Exhibitions, Management and Planning of Archeological and Historic Sites.