Ava Lynam holds degrees in architecture from the University of Nottingham and urban design from the Bartlett School of Architecture, London. She currently works between Dublin and London in public realm, urban strategy and regeneration. After having grown up in South East Asia, she recently spent time in Cambodia working with a local NGO supporting land rights and alternative development plans of urban-poor communities, which reinforced her specific interest in contested and transitional urban places.
Resisting Phnom Penh’s Beautification Plan

Resisting Phnom Penh’s Beautification Plan

Resisting Phnom Penh’s Beautification Plan