Paul Fineberg



Paul Fineberg is an architect and urban planner who trained at UCL and Princeton.

He leads research at Gensler, and produces urban strategy plans for the public and private sector. This work ranges in scale from individual houses to the housing of cities. He recently led a 4.35ha study for work place, housing and public space around grade II listed railway infrastructure for an inner London Borough. He is currently researching a population growth strategy for London based upon new infrastructure, education, housing and industry complexes, landscape parks and a revalorised green belt.

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