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EMILY WILLIAMSON



Emily Williamson is a partner at Community Consortium and employs a trans-disciplinary agenda linking design thinking, geography, architectural history, and social + environmental equity together with the purpose of cultivating community agency. She has given lectures at the University of Pennsylvania, Rhode Island School of Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Architectural College, and University of Virginia; has presented and exhibited her work internationally; and regularly participates in architectural design reviews.

Williamson is a contributing author to the Archnet Disaster Resilient Design database and her publications include, “The Zongo: Water Infrastructure and Public Life” in The University of Chicago Art Journal, “What is the Point?” in MIT’s XS, and more than three self-published children’s books.



AFFILIATIONS

Open Boundaries Design Lab


EDUCATION

Master of Science in Architecture Studies, MIT 2014
M.Arch University of Virginia 2009


GEOGRAPHY

Cambridge, MA


SPIRIT ANIMAL

NOT a squirrel


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