Melanie Domzalski graduated from Kent State University with a Master of Architecture and focus in urban design. Prior to studying architecture, Melanie majored in psychology and minored in fine arts. She believes that both contribute to her perspective within architecture.
Throughout her education, Melanie has assisted and executed research within the fields of psychology and architecture. Some of the topics she assisted with were judgments of learning within cognitive psychology and proxemics between humans and ecology. Her independent research topics explored the relationship between psychology and architecture, along with how designers can develop supportive environments for domestic abuse survivors.
During her free time, you can find Melanie either holding a book or a paintbrush. She enjoys performing as a live painter and serving the community as both a painting instructor and muralist.