M.Arch., Yale University
Areas of Interest:Climate Adaptation, Climate Change, Urban Ecologies
Nicole Lambrou is a practicing architect, urban designer, and researcher. Her practice, tinkercraft, attempts to reveal, augment, and question the relationship between people, institutions, and the makings of new natures through design and research.
She is currently pursuing a PhD in Urban Planning from UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs, and her work there focuses on how the politics of climate change shape urban environmental transformations. Her research documents the work of planners, engineers, designers, ecologists, and everyday urban dwellers in making new natures in their cities, and explores the values and spatial imaginaries that drive their efforts.