Chloë Voisin-Bormuth

Chloë Voisin-Bormuth

Head of studies and research - La Fabrique de la Cité

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Biography

Head of studies and research at La Fabrique de la Cité since October 2016, Chloë Voisin-Bormuth taught geography, urbanism, and cultural sociology in universities in France and Germany. She then joined Lille’s Urban Planning Agency (Agence d’urbanisme de Lille), where she was in charge of the public spaces and heritage protection aspects of the Métropole de Lille’s territorial coherence program policy paper, strategic analysis of the Métropole’s major urban planning projects, and transversal reflections on new levers of territorial attractiveness (attractiveness strategies aimed at corporate actors, metropolitan tourism development strategies, and new modes of cooperation between private and public sectors).

The author of a dissertation on the creation of new public spaces in Dresden and Chemnitz, she is an expert on Germany, public space planning, European urbanism, and multi-scale territorial planning and development strategies.

A former student at the Ecole Normale Supérieure Ulm, Chloë Voisin-Bormuth holds PhDs in geography and urban planning from the Université de Lyon and in sociology from the Technische Universität Dresden (Germany).