Allison Dutoit combines practice as an architect and urban designer with Jan Gehl and education as a senior lecturer at the University of the West of England. A dedicated collaborator and respected teacher, she has practiced and taught in the US, Denmark and UK. She has been responsible for the delivery of complex teams and remits, from inception to implementation. Whether working with masterplanning frameworks and public space networks or the design of a public space, her focus is on our everyday interactions and the ability of small invitations to foster new relationships, cultures, and qualities. At the heart of all the challenges is a passionate belief in community, service and the power of people focused places. She has a particular passion for housing and neighborhoods, and cycling strategies. She holds degrees from the University of Michigan and the University of California, Berkeley.
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What would an entirely co-created city look like? What role can universities play in supporting these kinds of activities? And who participates in participatory place-making?
What is a child-friendly city? How does this link to other city visions for healthy, green, resilient, connected and fair places? And what policy changes need to be achieved to make cities truly child-friendly?