Alexandra Wilmot holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from Nelson Mandela University, South Africa, as well as a Master of Science in Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities from The Bartlett, University College London.
Her academic research focussed on spatial segregation in South African cities, particularly the persistence of poverty in certain urban areas.
Alexandra joined Space Syntax in November 2019 as an intern and became a consultant in February 2020. She is currently part of the team preparing the 2030 masterplan for Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Prior to joining Space Syntax Alexandra worked as an architect at Designworkshop SA. She has experience in the space planning of complex buildings and was involved in the delivery of multiple office and tertiary education complexes during her time at Designworkshop, seeing all aspects of these projects through to construction completion.
2018 Commonwealth Scholarship award
2017 Registered professional architect (SACAP)
2014 Corobrik regional winner, for the top thesis project from the 2014 MArch cohort.
2019 MSc Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities, The Bartlett, University College London
2014 Master of Architecture, Nelson Mandela University
2012 Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Nelson Mandela University.