Dr Ruzica Bozovic Stamenovic is Associate professor at the Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore. Her research interest is in human ecology, health-restoring design processes, and design for wellness in contemporary urban settings and mega-mature societies. She is Faculty Fellow of The Centre for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M University, Executive Board Member of the UIA Public Health Group and GUPHA (Global University Programs in Healthcare Architecture). She lectured worldwide pointing to the contextual and cultural interpretations of healthful architecture. She authored two books, numerous chapters and papers on topics related to healthcare design. As cofounder of RD Studio, she won major national architectural prizes in the former Yugoslavia and many national and international architectural competition awards. She won the 2014 Berkeley Prize teaching fellowship aimed at supporting teaching of social art in architecture. Dr Bozovic Stamenovic has taken part in numerous exhibitions including “The Biennale of Venice”, Italy (the Aldo Rossi selection in 1985 and NEXT national selection in 2002).