Kylie Legge is a founding Director of Place Partners, a multidisciplinary place making consultancy based in Sydney Australia. The company’s focus is planning for new communities and public spaces that creating meaningful relationships with the people who use them, and that are socially, economically, environmentally and culturally rich and sustainable.
Kylie’s passion is building the relationship between people and their environments through a fuller understanding of their physical, intellectual and spiritual needs. She has been a place maker for over 8 years, working on projects across Australia, in Asia and the Middle East; and at range of scales – from main street to mall, to mixed used developments and whole of city projects. Kylie is the author of the Urban Trends book series, and has published ‘Doing it Differently’ and ‘Future City Solutions’ over the last 2 years. In 2012 she was a guest panelist at the US Pavilion, Venice Architecture Biennale and in 2013 a speaker at the UN Habitat sponsored ‘Future of Places’ conference in Stockholm.
Kylie brings a wealth of education and experience to the complex task of place making. She is a graduate of Architecture, with a Graduate Certificate in Planning and holds a Masters in Social Science (Env&Plan) from RMIT.