Senior Research Assistant
MSc Space Syntax: Architecture & Cities, University College London
Francine is an urban researcher and designer with a focus on the social sciences behind urban morphologies. She has completed a MSc in Space Syntax at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London; and graduated in 2020 from Goldsmiths University of London (Design, BA Hons) with First-Class Honours. Her research spans from mobility networks within the urban environment to analysing spatial patterns of social phenomena. She has also worked on speculative design works exploring the perception of spatial forms.
- MSc in Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities, University College of London
- Bachelors of Arts (First Class Honours) in Design, Goldsmiths University of London