Daisy Froud specialises in devising tools and processes that enable diverse voices to meaningfully contribute to design decision-making, and that make this decision-making more equitable, transparent and deliberative. For 11 years she was a co-founding director of architecture practice AOC, during which time she was shortlisted for the AJ's Emerging Woman Architect of the Year award. She regularly advises on community-built environment issues, which currently includes sitting on the Design Panel for High Speed 2 and acting as a Mayoral Design Advocate (MDA) for the Mayor of London. Daisy has been a History & Theory Teaching Fellow at The Bartlett School of Architecture since 2007, focusing on spatial politics and participatory practice.
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