Selina is an architect and urbanist from India. She completed her under-graduate in Architecture (B. Arch) from New Delhi in 2014. She worked for two years as an architect and planner in a design firm in Bangalore. Since September 2016, she is enrolled at TU Delft as a master’s student in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment specializing in Urbanism. She is currently working on her final graduation project that investigates and counteracts the urban bias in regional planning in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. She enjoys writing and is also the joint Editor-in-Chief and Layout Head for ATLANTIS, the student magazine for the Urbanism department at TU Delft. She also works part-time, as a research assistant at the Veldacademie in Rotterdam. Additionally, she enjoys experimenting with graphics, sketching, cooking, and exploring cities.
Student Reporter, Centre for Global Heritage and Development, Faculty of Architecture and the Build Environment at TU Delft