Fadi Masoud is a Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Research Associate in the Sustainable Exuma Project. Masoud holds a Bachelors of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning specializing in Urban Design and Urban Development, a Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of Toronto, and a Post-Professional Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, where he graduated with distinction. Masoud is also the recipient of several awards including the Fulbright Fellowship, the Heather M. Reisman Gold Medal in Design, the ASLA certificate of Honor, and the Jacob Weidenman Prize, and has practiced as a landscape architect and a planner at several leading firms in Canada and the U.S.
Masoud’s current research and design work focuses on establishing multi-scalar and emergent relationships between landscape and planning principles, practices and models. His design work has been recognized through several international competitions and has been published in numerous books and journals including: Topos, Landscape World Journal, MASS Context Journal, Conservation of Architecture Journal, Out of Water: Sustaining Development in Arid Climates, Design for Flooding, and New Geographies 5.