Anna Muessig sees street culture and the mobility experience as the building blocks to healthy, vibrant public life in cities. She brings expertise in creative engagement and evidence-based storytelling to shape the built environment in a way that puts people in the center of the decisions that shape our cities. At Gehl, she leads public life studies, designs public realm action plans, and uses creative interventions to shape the culture of what streets can be. She has worked on a diverse range of projects including the redesign of San Francisco’s Civic Center, building a movement for human-centered streets with Ford, and designing the interface between micro-mobility and a sense of place. Anna holds a Masters in City Planning from MIT.
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