Kamila Lejman-Kudla (1991) is a landscape architect and urban designer at OKRA. She has a strong interest in cultural heritage and in creating meaningful and flexible environments that fit to the wider context. She has good analytical and graphic skills. In her design work she is always thinking about the future users of the space and is looking for simple but effective solutions.
Kamila holds a Master degree in landscape architecture from Wageningen University& Research, and a Bachelor from the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. Before joining OKRA she worked at Buro Sant en Co, where she was involved in different projects in the Netherlands, that have been created from a masterplan scale to a detail.