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Interview conducted by Roger Paez.
Content editing by Gloria Schönburg.
Video editing by Sara Traba.

Conversation filmed at COA (Centre Obert d’Arquitectura) in Barcelona, on the 22nd of February 2023, within the context of ELISAVA Masters’ Talks.

Designing for Children: Collaboration for a Welcoming Environment

Amica Dall is a founding member of Assemble Studio, a collective focused on collaborative ways of constructing and improving cities. She is also a founding trustee of Baltic Street Adventure Playground and trustee of Theatrum Mundi. Her work revolves around architecture, city-making and children’s rights and is manifested through collaborative urban projects, books, films and teaching.

In this video she talks about collaboration in design and about the importance of including children in the city making process, so that they grow in an adapted and welcoming environment.

Interview conducted by Roger Paez.
Content editing by Gloria Schönburg.
Video editing by Sara Traba.

Conversation filmed at COA (Centre Obert d’Arquitectura) in Barcelona, on the 22nd of February 2023, within the context of ELISAVA Masters’ Talks.

urbanNext (April 15, 2024) Designing for Children: Collaboration for a Welcoming Environment. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/designing-for-children/.
Designing for Children: Collaboration for a Welcoming Environment.” urbanNext – April 15, 2024, https://urbannext.net/designing-for-children/
urbanNext August 9, 2023 Designing for Children: Collaboration for a Welcoming Environment., viewed April 15, 2024,<https://urbannext.net/designing-for-children/>
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Designing for Children: Collaboration for a Welcoming Environment.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/designing-for-children/. [Accessed: April 15, 2024]

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