Dominique Petit-Frère (b. 1993) is a designer and urbanist whose practice involves innovative and hybrid forms of place-making. She is the Founder & Vision Director of Limbo Accra, a collaborative spatial design studio dedicated to architectural projects, art installations and urban design in West African cities. Her work ranges from the design of architecture and urban visions to product design with a constant focus on the geopolitical and environmental implications of urban phenomena. The broader scope of her practice bridges the legacy of contemporary African architecture and youth development through social interventions with recent projects that include collaborations with Virgil Abloh’s Freedom Skatepark in Accra, Ghana. In 2021, she was a recipient of the inaugural Black Design Visionaries program granted by Instagram Design, Meta and the Brooklyn Museum. In 2022, she won the Monocle Design Awards 2022 presented by Monocle Magazine.