Design for Legacy has a comprehensive nature. It is formed by a multidisciplinary research and design core team led by Malkit Shoshan and supported by
Erella Grassiani and Joël van der Beek 
Erella Grassiani 
Malkit Shoshan
Joël van der Beek
Joel van der Beek is board member of Economists for Peace and Security. He is Chief economist at EconoVision economic research and GM at EconoTalent staffing solutions. He is the key person behind the blog Economists on conflict at SIPRI.
Joel an economist with a passion for everything finance and economics and how these disciplines could truly benefit all of mankind and our planet in a sustainable way.
His aim is to finding ways to harmonize economic norms with ethical perceptions. His companies operate mainly in Europe and Africa.
He has published on the economics of logistics, development economics, economics of conflict, spatial planning and climate change.
He is one of the initiators of the Complimentary Currencies for Climate Change. Its publication “Global 4C: Managing Land for Carbon Sequestration with Smart Money” has been awarded with a prize at the MIT Climate CoLab 2014.
Dr. Erella Grassiani is an anthropologist who works as a post-doc researcher at the Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies and as a lecturer at the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, both at the University of Amsterdam.
Her research is part of a wider project on privatization and globalization of security with a specific focus on Israel/Jerusalem and security mobilities (SECURCIT). Her research will trace the flows of the security worldwide and look at the way cultural ideas, technologies and consultants move around globally.
In the past she has done extensive research on the Israeli military and has published a book on the topic in 2013 with Berghahn books: ‘Soldiering under Occupation processes of Numbing among Israeli soldiers in the Al-Aqsa Intifada’. Her teaching involves issues around the anthropology of conflict and violence, identity, nationalism and power relations.
Furthermore, Erella Grassiani is an editor of 2 anthropological journals.
Malkit Shoshan is the founder of FAST, The Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory. Her work explore the relationship between architecture, politics, and human rights. She is the author of the award-winning book Atlas of Conflict, Israel-Palestine (Uitgeverij 010, 2010), and co-author of Village (Damiani Editore, 2014).

Malkit studied architecture at the Technion (Israel), and the IUAV (Italy). She is a Ph.D. candidate at the Delft University of Technology. Her dissertation explores the role architecture can have in conflict areas, focusing on UN missions. She is on the editorial board of Footprint, Delft Architecture Theory Journal and co-editor of the Unmanned, a publication series on architecture and security. Malkit is currently a Visiting Critic at the School of Architecture at Syracuse University. 
Moreover, she was a finalist for the Harvard GSD’s Wheelwright Prize (2014).
Her work was published in newspapers and magazines such as The New York Times, NRC, Haaretz, Volume, Domus, Abitare, and Frame; and exhibited in venues such as The Venice Architecture Biennale (2002, 2008), The Netherlands Architecture Institute (2007), Experimenta (2011), Het Nieuwe Instituut (2014), and at the Istanbul Design Biennale (2014).