A prize of up to $3,000 will be given in honor of Moji Baratloo to a student or team of students at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation in the MSAUD program. The prize is a seed grant to fund a physical and/or programmatic intervention that grows out of work and research from the Summer or Fall Semester Urban Design Studio.The prize shall be used for materials, equipment, transportation, or other related expenses. Applications are currently being accepted online until Wednesday, December 17 at 10:00AM. Scroll below for guidelines and further details.
Mojdeh (Moji) Baratloo (1954 - 2013) was an architect, urban designer, educator and community advocate whose work made critical contributions to the field of Urban Design and the development of cities globally. As a core faculty member in the Urban Design Program at GSAPP, she was an innovator in Urban Design pedagogy and she urged her students, friends, colleagues, and collaborators to have conversations across disciplinary and social boundaries to make our cities, regions, and world more livable, sustainable, enjoyable.