Felicitas zu Dohna
- Communication, spatial and human-centred design, ‘narrative environments’, qualitative & design research, psychology
- Inspire programme management, workshop planning, design & facilitation, foresight research & analysis
- future cities, urban wellbeing, human-centred design & research, the link between the built environment and behavioural / neuroscience (‘conscious cities’), scenario planning, foresight strategy
Felicitas is a Foresight & Research Analyst in Arup’s Foresight, Research and Innovation team. Her role includes the planning and delivery of workshops and events, both for Arup and external organisations, as well as research and analysis of the major challenges and trends affecting the built environment, society, and culture. Felicitas’ work spans a broad range of sectors and feed into the team’s foresight and strategy programmes, including trend research, scenario planning and visioning. She is the programme manager of ‘Inspire’, an internal database of case studies in innovation and coordinates a global network of forward thinking individuals within the firm, ensuring global outreach and relevance of projects.
Felicitas has a background in spatial and graphic design and psychology, and previous projects fall within the realm of human-centred research and design. In her work she combines an understanding of people’s experience’s and behaviours with future thinking to create meaning and foster well-being and innovation.