Maja Kaurin is a multidisciplinary designer working internationally in architectural, interior and colour design, creating environments that tell a story, communicate, and enhance well-being through their strategic use of colour. 
She holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Architecture and an MSc in Colour Dynamics (Environmental Colour Design) from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture. She is working on urban rehabilitation projects designing urban colour plans and chromatic city maps and designing public and residential buildings. She is interested in colour mapping as a method of understanding the atmosphere of a place, the methodologies of colour design and participatory design involving local communities.
She is vice-president of ICA-Belgium (Interdisciplinary Colour Association Belgium) and a member of the AIC Study Group on Environmental Colour Design, AIC Study Group on Colour Education and DOCOMOMO Belgium. She lives in Brussels, Belgium.
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