Graduate in architecture from the National School of Architecture and Urban Planning in Tunis (2009), Doctor of Architecture from the University of CARTHAGE and the University of GRENOBLE ALPES (2017), member of the research team on ambiances (ERA_ENAU) since 2009, Independent researcher at CRESSON between 2017 and 202o, and teacher at ENAU from 2017 to 2022. Toumader’s work crosses the theories of the sensitive and of interbreeding. She questions the impact of migratory movements in the Mediterranean on the “ambiences” and on the sensitive future of urban spaces.She also looks into different methods of characterizing the urban mainly those allocated to the approaches: sensitive, historical, and syntactic.