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Lizzie MacWillie
Senior Planner


Former bcFellow Lizzie MacWillie is a designer and researcher whose research focuses on the relationships between city design, development and cultural production. She heads up the People Organizing Place (POP) projects, the [bc] public design effort to strengthen the social, economic, and physical health of Dallas’ neighborhoods. Prior to joining [bc] in her current role Lizzie was a part of OMA/AMO in Rotterdam, NL, as an editor of “Elements of Architecture” by Rem Koolhaas, a collection of 15 books about the past, present and future of the basic units of architecture.

She received a Master of Architecture in Urban Design and a Master of Design Studies in Art, Design and the Public Domain from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, Lizzie worked as an Associate at Scalar Architecture, a New York City based architecture firm, where she led a range of residential and commercial projects.

Workshop: Know Your Neighborhood

 

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