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Camilla Siggaard Andersen

Camilla Siggaard Andersen

Research Lead – Urban design, mobility & environment, Hassell

Camilla Siggaard Andersen is the Urban Design, Mobility, and Environment Research Lead at global design and architecture studio Hassell. She is an ARB MAA qualified architect from the Royal Danish Academy of Arts. Camilla has also studied at McGill University (Montreal) and taught Strategies for Urban Liveability at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. Camilla worked for almost five years with urban quality consultancy Gehl in Copenhagen and New York, before moving to London in 2018 to join Arup’s strategic design team Digital Studio. She has been awarded as an NYU Emerging Leader in Transportation and as a Future Stars of Tech nominee. She currently chairs New London Architecture’s Built Environment Technology Panel and is the Content Curator for Property X-Change, a knowledge sharing initiative launched by the Mayor of London and founding partners. Notable recent research studies include “Six Qualities of Great Urban Places”, a framework for decoding the components of places that deliver for people and planet, “Close to Home”, a study of the 15-minute city concept, and “Blurred Lines”, a paper on planning for digital disruption and societal change.