is a Polish architect and urban planner. After receiving her master’s degree from West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland and her bachelor’s degree from the School of Design and Technology, Copenhagen, Denmark she worked for 8 years as an architect in leading design practices—JDS, COBE, REX, BIG and OMA.
Romea also successfully completed the postgraduate programme ‘Hybrid Urbanism’ at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture, and Design and worked as a leading architect and urban strategist at KB Strelka, Moscow, Russia, taking part in the projects ‘My Street’ large-scale urban renovation program and, ‘Key Public Spaces: Improvement in 40 Cities of Russia’. Romea was an adjunct Professor at INDA International Program in Design and Architecture, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. She is co-founder of the studio Locument, established in 2015. She is involved as a Senior Mentor in CANactions School Program ‘Integrated Spatial Planning for Amalgamated Hromadas’. Now Romea is Program Director of Creating Homes for Tomorrow.