Kali Marnane

Architect and Early Career Researcher

<p>I am a PhD candidate and registered architect interested in making equitable places for people. My work explores how public places sustain communities socially, culturally, environmentally and economically.</p> <p>Currently I am researching the built environment of informal settlements as a PhD candidate at The University of Queensland. I'm looking specifically at the morphology of common spaces within these settlements and whether they support social and economic practices using a case study in Ahmedabad, India.</p> <p>As a registered architect I have experience in commercial, retail, education and mixed-use projects and am committed to sustainable community and city making by putting people and nature first.</p> <p>I volunteer with the Emerging Architects and Graduates Network (EmAGN) of the Australian Institute of Architects to promote equity within the profession, cross-disciplinary conversation and start-up practices. I've also tutored under- and postgraduate architectural design subjects at The University of Queensland and Griffith University.</p> <p>When I'm not working I can usually be found in the garden, at the beach or exploring a new city somewhere in the world!</p>
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