Christine Gaglione brings a high level of design and analysis to City Fabrick, which she has developed through her diverse experiences living and working abroad. Her passion for architecture and urban design stems from an interest in creating local places that are socially and environmentally sustainable, while ensuring they also adapt to the people they serve and remain relevant over time. She has over 5 years of experience working on projects that have spanned scales, audiences and contexts in more than eight countries. These range from residential and commercial architecture projects, urban research initiatives and interventions, and multi-stakeholder engagement strategies. She also works with the international organization Architecture in Development to support bottom-up building initiatives, and is currently working on a guide to designing inclusive schoolyards with Barcelona-based organization Equal Saree.