Camille is an architect-in-training graduating in May 2019 from Arizona State University with a degree in Architectural Studies and a minor in Sustainability. Her research focuses on modern urban experiences as they relate to human interactions and sustainability. She is passionate about human connection, sustainable housing solutions, and equity in design.

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In a world of rapid urbanization, communities are losing green spaces to concrete jungles. Without green spaces, the economy, the environment and society are compromised. Imagine taking a walk through a modern city. You could be on your way to work, to run errands, or just to get some exercise. You are making your way […]

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