Dr Danièle Hromek
Danièle Hromek is a Budawang woman of the Yuin nation with French and Czech heritage.
Danièle’s research in the spatial disciplines considers Aboriginal relationships to space and Country. She investigates how to Indigenise the built environment by creating spaces to embed Indigenous rights and culture. Her research rethinks the values that inform Aboriginal understandings of space through Indigenous spatial knowledge and cultural practice, in doing so considering the sustainability of culture from a spatial perspective.
Danièle’s practice works in the intersection of architecture, interiors, urban design, performance design and fine arts. Her work often considers the urban Aboriginal condition, the Indigenous experience of Country and contemporary Indigenous identities. Danièle’s objective is to design flourishing futures for First Peoples and for culture.