Reetuparna Sarkar is an architect-urban designer with double Master's in Spatial Planning from Bartlett School of Planning, UCL and Urban Design (Gold Medallist) from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India, and currently, a PhD research scholar in Planning Studies at the Bartlett School of Planning, UCL. She also teaches at the UCL Writing Lab that supports both undergraduate and postgraduate students with academic writing, critical thinking and research skills.
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Reetuparna's research interests include built environment and public space interface relationship and design, place identity and meaning, and environmental perception of and behaviour in public space. She has experience in teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students in theory-based lectures and design studios at the Bartlett. Courses taught include Contemporary Cities, Urban Design: Theory to Practice, Urban Design: Space and Place, Design Guidance, Urban Design Graphic Skills, and Real Estate Development.
Research Focus and Interests - public space design; socio-spatial and behavioural pattern Analysis; people-place relationships; historical, social and cultural development of contemporary cities; urban form, identity and morphology.
From - India
Favourite Place - Lausanne, Switzerland
FUN FACT: If you were stranded on a desert island and you could only bring 3 things, what would they be?
An inflatable raft with rows, mobile phone, and solar powered portable phone charger