Armina Pilav is feminist, architect, guest researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment - TU Delft. She received the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship for her Un-war Space research (2016-2018). Armina research and teaching interests focuses on topics of space, body and politics in extreme conditions of war destruction, post-traumatic landscape systems or similar disasters. Armina uses cross-media methods and tools in teaching, researching processes and for public presentation of her works. She publishes in magazines and academic journals, exhibits regularly, and her recent research on destruction of Sarajevo and inhabitant’s transformation of violence has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2018). Armina is a member of the Association for Culture and Art Crvena in Sarajevo.