She received her bachelor degree in architecture from Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Architecture in 1999; her graduate degree in architecture from the same department in 2002 and her PhD degree from Gazi University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Architecture in 2008. She wrote her master thesis titled “Reading Manfredo Tafuri: Architecture and Utopia Design and Capitalist Development”, and her PhD thesis titled “Reading J. G. Ballard in the Intersection of Architecture and Science Fiction”.
She worked as an architect in an architectural office in Ankara between 2000-2003, and in Izmir in 2004. She was in charge as a part-time instructor at Gazi University Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Architecture between 2003-2004. She worked at Izmir University of Economics, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design between 2004-2014 as a research assistant (2004), lecturer (2005-2008), and assistant professor (2008-2014). She was the Vice Dean of Faculty of Fine Arts and Design at this university between 2009-2011. She has been a member of DATUMM (Documenting and Archiving Modern Turkish Furniture) team. She is currently the department head at Yaşar University, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design.
Her research interests include Architecture and Fiction, Architecture and Ideology-Utopia, History and Theory of Interior Architecture, Modern Architecture and Furniture Design in Turkey, Tourism Architecture.