Thomas Ermacora is an award-winning Danish architect-urbanist, technology futurist, social entrepreneur, impact investor, cultural pioneer, author and humanitarian. He has acted as strategic consultant for cities, developers, social landlords, local authorities and curated exhibitions to promote systems change. After working with leading place-makers such as Frank Gehry, Jan Gehl and John Norquist, he founded the regeneration and acupuncture architecture non-profit Clear Village in 2008. Clear Village was the UK Placemaking Awards nominee 2014 & 2015 and RIBA tactical urbanism winner in 2015. He is the author of Recoded City: Co-Creating Urban Futures.
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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?