Bori Fehér

Bori Fehér is an architect and researcher working on the topic of resilience and adaptation. Her work focuses mainly on how social situations reflect the ability to change. She is especially interested in how design could act as a tool for creative innovation. Bori is the Program Director of MOME EcoLab, the Sustainabilty Research Group at Moholy-Nagy University of Art & DesignBudapest (MOME), which she co-founded in 2010. She is also a Research Fellow at MOME, where she is responsible for International Research and Development Projects. In 2012-2013, Bori lived in New York, where she worked as an architect at TEK Architects. She also worked on the Post Sandy Hurricane Reconstruction Project at Architecture for Humanity New York, and was a fellow at DesigNYC, where she was responsible for projects addressing the built environment.

Bori recieved MAs in Architectural Design and Design Management from MOME in 2010. Currently, she is working on her doctoral research on resilience and adaptation to climate change. Since 2011, she has been teaching courses on humanitarian design, design for disasters, as well as social and eco design. With her team of collegaues she won the Special Award for MILD-Home Sustainable Design Competition.