Samantha Li studied BA(Hons) Interior Architecture and Design at Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA. She continued her interest in analytical spatial behaviour and the relationship between interior and urban environments during her studies on the MSc Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities programme, at The Bartlett, University College London.
Her research explores geospatial city surveillance and resilience measures in Belfast and the City of London. In her research she developed a methodology for simulating data and scripting parameters to analyse city performance.
Samantha joined Space Syntax as a Consultant in April 2020 and became a Senior consultant in 2022. She has recently worked on projects in New Zealand, London, Dublin and Glasgow that involve spatial modelling, movement and urban analysis. She has previously worked as an Architectural Assistant and Technical Designer.
2017 Guest critic at the University of Westminster, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.
2013 Team third prize win in the American Institute of Architects UK and British Institute of Interior Design student design charrette
2013 Student projects featured in the Architects’ Journal.
2019 MSc Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities at The Bartlett, University College London
2014 BA(Hons) Interior Architecture and Design at the Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA.