Dr Sabina Andron is a London-based architectural historian and urban scholar. Her research focuses on creative urban transgression, the politics of the built environment and the right to the city; with particular emphasis on semiotic and legal dimensions of urban surfaces, as well as inscriptions such as graffiti and street art.
Sabina currently teaches at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, the University of East London and Ravensbourne University. Her work includes modules on the history of London architecture, the history of the home and interior design, and outreach projects on graffiti, spatial justice and the image of the city. She was a UCL Grand Challenges grantee and organiser of the international Graffiti Sessions conference in 2014, and a British Council fellow at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2016. She is co-convenor, with Susan Hansen, of the Art on the Streets symposium.