Fadi Masoud is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Toronto and the Director of the Centre for Landscape Research Platform for Resilient Urbanism. He previously taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is an affiliated faculty at the MIT Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism, where he co-leads research and designed projects on coastal urbanism, urban codes, and the Future of Suburbia. His research, writing, design work, and teaching focuses on establishing multi-scalar and emergent relationships between landscape and planning principles, tools, and practices.
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Fadi Masoud is a landscape architect and planner who focuses on the relationships between large-scale environmental systems, dynamic design, and the instrumentality of planning policies. Adrian Blackwell is an artist, designer, and theorist interested in the relationship between political economy and the production of physical spaces. In the context of…