Polina Moroz was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1992. After obtaining a joint degree in art and architecture from the National Academy of Fine Arts (2013, Ukraine) was part of an architectural collective PYLORAMA focused on a participatory design in city public spaces. As part of the collective, was involved into a Summer Art Academy (2015) organized by the Heinrich Böll Stiftung and Goethe Institute in Rurh region of Germany.
In 2015 won a prestigious Swedish national scholarship to pursue Master degree studies in Spatial Experiments and Sustainable Urban Design in Lund University (Sweden). The course of two years included research projects with international institutions such as NASA in Houston, USA and Nankai University in Tianjin, China. In 2016 has undergone internship in Copenhagen based studio of Jeppe Utzon.
In 2018 collaborated with a studio of Karim Rashim in New York.
In 2019 has worked in a set design team on a worlwide premier of DAU project in Paris, France.
In 2020 worked as an architect with Ferrier Marchetti bureau in a Sensual City Studio department in Paris.
In parallel with the architecture and design practice, has worked with the media of illustration for various commercial projects including fashion design and book publishing.
2021 Eloge de la Ligne Courbe installation at Fondation Suisse, Paris
2017 International NonArchitecture competition “Restaurants” — finalist
2017 European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA), Fredericia, DENMARK
2016 Sustainable Urban Dynamics Workshop + Nankai University, Tianjin, CHINA
2016 Sydhavnen Kyrke competition with Cobcroft arch, Danko Lecic and Oana-Maria Paraschiv, Copenhagen, DENMARK
2015 Mars habitat project presentation, NASA, Houston, USA
2015 Goethe Institute+CCA Summer Institute for Artists and Curators, Ruhr, GERMANY
2016 Erasmus Traineeship Mobility grant
2015 Visby Programme Scholarship for Master Studies