Camilla leads research on urban resilience at Hassell, bringing together strategic intelligence and creative design to unlock social, economic, and ecological outcomes for people and place.
Having studied Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts in Denmark and at McGill University in Canada, Camilla joined the urban quality consultancy Gehl in Copenhagen and New York, where she managed placemaking projects and led the development of the Open Public Life Data Protocol. While in Copenhagen, Camilla also taught Strategies for Urban Liveability at DIS. Camilla moved to London in 2018 to work as a lead designer in Arup Digital Studio, a multi-disciplinary strategic and UX design team, before joining Hassell at the beginning of 2021.
Through these experiences, Camilla has had the opportunity to collaborate with cities and communities across the world, advising and writing on how to create more innovative, sustainable, and human-centred cities and places. Camilla has been awarded as an NYU Emerging Leader in Transportation and as a Future Stars of Tech nominee. She currently chairs New London Architecture’s Built Environment Technology Panel. Launching in the Summer of 2022, Camilla will also be curating the Property X-Change, a new inclusive platform and network to support the recovery of London’s high streets and town centres