Chen Siqi has been working on her doctoral thesis in Urban Health Research Group (UHG) since August 2017. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the Qingdao University of Technology, China, and a master’s degree in Architecture from DIA, HS Anhalt, Germany. After her graduation, she worked as an independent researcher and architect coder in China, where she was responsible for practical investigations, urban planning, and structure construction. Having done her master thesis on “the Banana Case – a proposal on unique space design for the teenage immigration from China to Germany”, she built her academic interests include human-computer interaction, space-related design, and user-oriented play. She also extended a further exploration of issues such as integration, spatial equality, socio-perception or urban-related behaviour. Her work focuses on designing and evaluating multi-interaction techniques that could associate with the existing space for minority groups.