Sophie Ramm approaches architecture from theoretical, artistic and performative perspectives. She is a university assistant and currently doing her PhD in the field of architectural theory and technical sciences (ATTP) at the TU Vienna. She is a member of the painting class of Karin Kneffel at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Before, she studied architecture at the UTFSM in Valparaíso, at the Technion in Haifa and at the Technical University of Munich, where she graduated with a Master's degree in 2019. She gained experience at the architecture firm RCR Arquitectes in Catalonia, which was awarded the Pritzker Prize during her internship period. From 2017 to 2021, she worked in the office of FAM Architekten in Munich, where she was involved in design and execution. In 2019, she won the BDB student development award in the field of construction for the design of an observation tower made of rammed earth. As a member of the architecture collective PointOfNoReturn, she deals with the tension between urban space and society. For example, the collective designed an ephemeral and interactive seating infrastructure on the Theresienwiese and organized a performative panel discussion at Bauhausplatz in Munich by addressing the potential of the unplanned and unpredictable for the big city. The collective won the 2022 Förderpreis für Architektur of the City of Munich. From 2021 to 2022 she was a research associate in the DFG priority program The Digital Image at department of Art History at the Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich. There, she led the seminar Architecture as Image in the summer semester of 2022. Thus, in painting she draws from her practical and theoretical experience in architecture and experiments with its genuine pictoriality. In painting, she wants to use creative freedom and intuitive approach to rethink the view of architecture.