Selin Güngör completed her undergraduate study at Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design / İzmir University of Economics as an honor student. During her undergraduate study in 2014, she went to Chiba University with JASSO scholarship for a month and worked with Japanese architecture students on an ‘International Student Center’ project. Also in the same year, she took interior architecture classes at École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs-Paris as an Erasmus+ exchange student for a term. After completing her undergraduate study, she started her Master study at Ege University, Department of History of Art in 2016 and while in there, she took some classes on Architecture History, Western Art, Turkish-Islamic Art and Ottoman Art. She completed her Master study at Yaşar University, Faculty of Architecture, Interior Architecture Graduate Program / Design and Culture Track with the thesis titled: Spatial Constructions of Identity: Anatolian Tahtaci Communities. She continues her PhD study in Architecture Program at IZTECH. She has been working as a research assistant at Yaşar University in Interior Architecture and Environmental Design Department since October 2017. Besides she is a member of Docomomo_Turkey Interiors Committee, she is also a member of 4T Turkish Design History Society. Her research interests include History of Art and Design, Space and Identity, Spatial Representation, Gender and Space, Modern Architecture/Interior Architecture Theory, Scenic Design.