Between 2013 – 2016 she led urban planning projects at “Citymakers: Copenhagen – Moscow”, a full-service master planning and city development company. There, she gained experience in both Russia and the international realm. In those three years, she gained in-depth knowledge on the street, and public space design collaborated with EMBT on the Moscow River renovation and worked with Diller Scofidio + Renfro on the design of 13 ha Zaryadye park with an augmented climate right to the Kremlin.
In 2016 she moved to Mexico, where she had a chance to develop a 220 meter-long covered walkway sheltering a public food court in the heart of Mexico City. With the team of engineers, landscape architects and urban planners a crowded sidewalk with numerous street food vendors were transformed into a lively street food corridor.