Camille Chabrol, M.Arch
Camille is a recent M.Arch graduate from the Yale School of Architecture. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy at McGill University. She has worked in New York City; Montreal, Canada; Cairo, Egypt and Brussels, Belgium. At Yale she completed course work and held Teaching Fellow positions related to urbanism, globalisation and urban design. During her time at Yale she has been a coordinating editor for the student publication, Paprika! and a research fellow at the Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media. She was awarded the Feldman Prize and is a 2020-2021 Yale to Cambridge Bass Fellow. At Cambridge she will research urban food systems, domestic labor, and communal kitchens.