Flora is a human geographer. She holds a MSc degree in City Design and Social Science (Distinction) from London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA in Geography (First-Class Honours) from Durham University. Her research interest lies in the intersections of geographies of encounter, health and wellbeing, sustainability and resilience, and urban technologies. Her Master's thesis explored new ways of interpreting and developing dementia-friendly neighbourhoods in China and Singapore through the lens of 'care’.
She is supporting Harvey and Samuel in the Future-Ready Society program and Urban Psychology Lab.
- MSc City Design and Social Science, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom (2022)
- BA Geography, Durham University, United Kingdom (2021)
- Adams, Margeaux., Brunstein-Compard, Alexandre., Du, Yuting., Fisher, Camila., & Jain, Ashni. (2022). Blue Commons: Redesigning the Royal Victoria Docks for Urban Ecological Justice. Cities Studio Annual Review, 2, 11-46.