She was born in 1979 in Izmir. She received Bachelor's degree from Dokuz Eylul University Department of Architecture in 2000, master's degree in 2003 with the thesis titled of "Architectural Evaluations of the Expos/World’s Fairs: Turkish Pavilions" and Phd degrees in 2010 with the thesis titled of "Evaluations of the Low-Storey Housing Communities in the Context of User-Space Relationship: İzmir Case". She also received the title of associate professor in 2013 and the title of professor in 2020. She has been working as a faculty member at Dokuz Eylül University, Department of Architecture, Department of Building Science since 2001, and she has been serving as the Dean since 2022. One of the main axes of her recent studies is biomimetic, nature-inspired architecture, biology and design studies; the other one proceeds through modern architecture and contemporary architectural practice in Izmir. In this direction, she has many articles and papers, design and application studies, referee-editor board memberships, interdisciplinary projects and awards won in architectural project design competitions. She is one of the founding members of the Turkish Biodesign Team and the Biodesign Research Association.