Adelina is a computational designer and NCARB-accredited architect with international design experience in commercial, residential, and cultural projects.

She is currently exploring advanced computation and design automation technology as a member of the multi-award-winning Creative Technologies team at Bryden Wood. She is also a board member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) United Kingdom serving as Chapter Secretary and previously as Emerging Professionals Chair.

Prior to her professional experience, Adelina received a B.A. and B.Arch. from the Rice School of Architecture, where she served as an undergraduate teaching assistant. She was awarded the Ralph S. Herman Memorial Scholarship, Chelsea Architects Award, Roy Jones Fellowship, and Erin MacKenzie Peck Memorial Scholarship for excellence in research, design, and cultural studies. Adelina is also an M.Arch. postgraduate of the Emergent Technologies & Design programme at the Architectural Association (AA), where she worked as an assistant in the Digital Prototyping Lab (DPL).