Becca Thomas is a co-founder of Pidgin Perfect, an award-winning creative consultancy. She works with communities and local stakeholders to directly translate their aspirations and values into practical and innovative design solutions. Throughout her career, she has delivered a diverse range of community-focussed place-making projects, forging connections between people, place and landscape through the use of engagement, craft and technology. She regularly tutors at University of Strathclyde and is on the Board of Directors for MANY Studios CIC.
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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?