Visions, Strategies & Masterplans
Projects by service
Raja Moussaoui is a Project Director at Publica. Her recent projects include the development of research for the National Infrastructure Commission’s Design Task Force, the curation of an exhibition and panel discussion on the future of the creative industries, and the production of workshop events for the Museum of London. She is currently working closely with Westminster City Council as part of the team building the evidence base for new place strategy for the Oxford Street district, a project being developed by Publica. Trained as an architect and journalist, Raja has practised architecture in London, Toronto, Shanghai, Melbourne and Vancouver. She was granted a Global Journalism Fellowship from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto to deepen the public understanding of architecture and city building. Raja has reported on the design of public space and cultural buildings, social housing, infrastructure and development policy for publications that include the Guardian Cities, CityLab, the Norwegian Architecture Review, the Canadian Broadcast Corporation and the Dallas Morning News. She holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of Waterloo. With the support of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts, Raja co-created a video series and online publication called In-Context that investigates the social and cultural impacts of recent architecture projects across Canada. In-Context screened at the 2015 Toronto Design Offsite Festival and the 2015 London Festival of Architecture.