Guatemalan-born architect Teddy Cruz is a tireless advocate, designer, and urban theorist whose work urges us all to think beyond traditional borders. Inspired by his San Diego office situated nearby the busiest border crossing on the globe, Cruz will share insights on the public engagement strategies and research that fuels his firm’s work, and how we can all respond creatively to an increasingly interconnected world.
This public symposium is part of Design in Action 2011, national conference for leaders in community design from around the US. And co-hosted by the Association for Community Design, the Association of Architectural Organizations, and the Architecture + Design Education Network. The Community Design Collaborative, AIA Philadelphia, the Charter High School of Architecture and Design, and the Center for Architecture are proud local hosts.
General Admission: $20
Student Admission: $10 Valid with Student ID
Tickets will also be available at the door.
Proceeds benefit the Community Design Collaborative
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Community Design Collaborative
The Community Design Collaborative provides pro bono preliminary design services to nonprofit organizations in greater Philadelphia, offers engaging volunteer opportunities to design professionals, and raises awareness about the importance of design in revitalizing communities. www.cdesignc.org