Architect Teddy Cruz creates unconventional, sustainable development plans, notably for communities on the US-Mexico border.

Teddy Cruz

Teddy Cruz is well known for a recent project incorporating a community-oriented housing system developed in Tijuana into communities in New York’s Hudson valley and in San Diego. Cruz is an award-winning architect who is invested in developing innovative strategies for socially sustainable architecture. His work exploring US-Mexico border communities has been shown as a part of the Walker Art Center’s “Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes.” He is also a professor at the University of California, San Diego.

Born 1962 in Guatemala City.
Lives and works in San Diego.