Constance Uyttebrouck

  • 11, Porte des Sciences, Maison des Sciences Humaines

    L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette/Belval



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Research summary

I hold a Master's in Architectural engineering, a PhD in Architecture and Urban planning and five-year experience in the construction industry. I have started to work as a Research Associate at LISER in October 2023. My PhD (FNRS-ULiège, 2017-2020) was about the ontologies and governance of ‘live-work mix’. As part of this project, I spent three months in Amsterdam (AMS Institute) and three months in Stockholm (KTH Royal Institute of Technology). I worked for two years (2021-2023) at the Department of Architecture, KU Leuven on the NeW-BLIV project (Post-Covid Housing Supply in Brussels - supported by innoviris). I am still involved in teaching at the KU Leuven. In 2022, I also collaborated with TU Delft on the ESPON IRiE project (Interregional Relations in Europe). 

Besides, I am actively involved in the ENHR working group on "Housing and Young people" and I am part of the editorial team of the Journal of Housing and the Built Environment and the journal Ruimte en Maatschappij.

My research interests relate to new (shared) housing forms (for young people), mixed-use development, institutional frameworks and urban governance.

Education/Academic qualification

Other engineering and technologies, PhD, PhD in Architecture and Urban Planning, Université de Liège

Award Date: 10 Dec 2020

Other engineering and technologies, Master, MSc in Architectural Engineering, Université de Liège

Award Date: 1 Jul 2011

External positions

Lecturer (module coordinator), KU Leuven


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Free keywords

  • Housing provision
  • Institutional frameworks
  • Mixed-use development
  • Shared housing
  • Urban governance
  • Young people

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