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Claire Pelgrims graduated as an architect in 2015 at the Université libre de Bruxelles. She is currently a doctoral researcher within the Laboratory on Urbanism, Infrastructures & Ecologies (LoUIsE) of the Centre des Laboratoires Associés pour la Recherche en Architecture (CLARA) of the ULB Faculty of Architecture. She is also the coordinator of the MICM-ARC research project on mobility, identity and territory.
The subject of her master thesis, under the supervision of Géry Leloutre, was the study of highrise modern buildings in their relation with the brussels roadscape. Her researches focus on narratives of fast and slowness in the evolution of mobility spaces since 1950 in Brussels.