Alison McDougall-Weil

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About me

 

Writer, researcher and architectural professional. Design anthropologist with a strong interest in co-design and human-centred architecture. I research reality to find the compelling story, and help organisations shape their design strategy – and their public storytelling. I also write to shape public debate and legal processes like Public Inquiries. Currently finishing my PhD on design intent and user experience of architecture at the University of Cambridge, using social research methods and influenced by participatory and co-design practice. Twitter handle: AlisonMW

Skills

 

  • Interior
  • Teaching
  • Marketing PR
  • Writing
  • Interior Architecture
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Presenting
  • Client Services
  • Design
  • Problem Solving
  • Project Management
  • Environment
  • Communications
  • Indesign
  • UX Design

Work history

Currently

Founder & Principal

Archetext

Jan 2004

2009

Publications, New Business and Projects

Rafael Vinoly Architects

Aug 2006 - Aug 2009

2006

Assistant Editor

Royal Academy of Arts

Jan 2006 - Aug 2006

Education

2015

PHD

University of Cambridge

Sep 2015 - Sep 2015

    2015

    Architecture History and Philosophy

    University of Cambridge

    Sep 2015 - Sep 2015

      2015

      BA(Hons) MA English Language and Literature

      University of Oxford

      Sep 1997 - Sep 2015
      • First class honours agree achieved; ranked 21st in the university across all subjects

      Awards

      2009

      European Physical Sciences Research Council PhD Funding