Sienna is an interdisciplinary designer with a background in architecture and installation as well as editorial design. She explores the close relationship between human perception and spatiality. In search of the physicality and materiality of interactions, her design work aims to evoke the notion of perspective-taking, constructing an alternative perspective of viewing and understanding a matter. Graduating with a bachelor degree in Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies, she also experiments with diverse forms of designing, crafting, and presenting her work. Currently, her research focuses on creating spontaneous interactions, specifically how collective activities can be formed proactively among people as well as among machines.