Zoë Toledo
Materials & Applications | Los Angeles, CA

Zoë Toledo is a Diné Asdzáán, a member of the Navajo Nation and a Master of Architecture I candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Before studying at the GSD, Zoë researched architecture’s dual role in signaling progress through the control of the built environment and how it remained subject to the logic of heritage and culture. She is a co-founder of the Harvard Indigenous Design Collective and received an A.B in Architecture from Princeton University.

Project: Zoë will work on organizing, coordinating, and executing tasks related to the planning and production of a project to expand the idea of a land acknowledgment, the act of recognizing the Indigenous right to land within colonized places.


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