‘The Garden of Privatised Delights’: how architects can work with the public to improve use, access and ownership of public space
Madeleine Kessler is a RIBA chartered architect with over a decade of practice experience working on cultural, civic and master planning projects. She enjoys working with complex urban sites, placing community, craft and place making at the heart of design. She was co-curator of the British Pavilion at the International Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, where she explored privatised public space across the UK, proposing strategies for more inclusive ownership, access and use.
Passionate about promoting a creative understanding of the city, Madeleine sits on the National Infrastructure Commission’s Design Group, is a co-founder of Unscene Architecture, consultant for Skyroom, and teaches at the London School of Architecture and Architectural Association. She was and named in the Architects’ Journal’s 40 under 40 and awarded the 2019 RIBA Rising Star .
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