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Installation at the National Constitution Center/
Slought Foundation, 2009


Estudio Teddy Cruz
60 linear mile section, San Diego/Tijuana, on Independence Mall
Photo credit: Tasha Doremus/Matthew Thomas Cianfrani





Estudio Teddy Cruz
60 linear mile section, San Diego/Tijuana with view of Independence Hall
Photo credit: Tasha Doremus/Matthew Thomas Cianfrani





Model Schoolyard Garden
The Edible Schoolyard/Yale Sustainable Food Project
In local cooperation with Pedal Co-op and the Urban Nutrition Initiative
Photo credit: Tasha Doremus/Matthew Thomas Cianfrani





Posterity Hall, National Constitution Center
Photo credit: Tasha Doremus/Matthew Thomas Cianfrani









Posterity Hall, National Constitution Center (left)
Slought Foundation (right)
Photo credit: Tasha Doremus/Matthew Thomas Cianfrani





Installation at Parsons The New School for Design, 2009

Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
Photo credit: Whitney Cox






Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
Photo credit: Whitney Cox





Estudio Teddy Cruz
60 linear mile section, San Diego/Tijuana, 2008
Photo credit: Whitney Cox (left), Matthew Sussman (right)





Chalkboard Wall Drawings (By Visitors)
Photo credit: Matthew Sussman










The Edible Schoolyard/Yale Sustainable Food Project
Model Schoolyard Garden
Photo credit: Matthew Sussman





Installation at the US Pavilion, La Biennale di Venezia, 2008

Estudio Teddy Cruz
60 linear mile section, San Diego/Tijuana, 2008
Photo credit: Ryan Reitbauer/Duggal Visual Solutions





The Edible Schoolyard/Yale Sustainable Food Project
Model Schoolyard Garden
Photo credit: Ryan Reitbauer/Duggal Visual Solutions





Into the Open Rotunda with Blog Stations (left)
Photo credit: Ryan Reitbauer/Duggal Visual Solutions
Into the Open Gallery D (right)
Photo credit: Eric Holm





Into the Open Gallery C
Photo credit: Eric Holm









Into the Open Gallery A and B
Photo credit: Ryan Reitbauer/Duggal Visual Solutions





Images of Featured Projects

The Center for Land Use Interpretation
Post Consumed: The Landscape of Waste in Los Angeles, 2008 (left)
Tour of the Monuments of the Great American Void, 2004 (right)





Estudio Teddy Cruz
60 linear mile section, San Diego/Tijuana, 2008 (left)
Expanded model of architectural practice and research, 2008 (right)





the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP)
CUP Process Diagram, 2003 (left)
The Subsidized Landscape, 2003-2005 (right)
Design: Damon Rich
Brooklyn, New York





Detroit Collaborative Design Center
Hay House, Detroit, Michigan, 2001 (left)
House Wrap, Detroit, Michigan, 2004 (right)





Design Corps
Migrant Bath House Prototype, Sampson County,
North Carolina, 2003 (left)
Migrant Farmworker Housing, Adams County,
Pennsylvania, 2003 (right)





The Edible Schoolyard/Yale Sustainable Food Project
King Middle School in Berkeley, California (left)
Model schoolyard garden, Washington DC National Mall, 2006 (right)





Gans Studio
House with Roll Out Core (left)
Camp Plan (right)
New York, 2008





The Heidelberg Project
Detroit, Michigan, 1987-present





International Center for Urban Ecology
The New Silk Road (courtesy of Kyong Park), 2008





Jonathan Kirschenfeld Associates
The Floating Pool, Opening Reception, Brooklyn, July 2007 (left)
The Floating Pool, Opening Reception, Bronx, June 2008 (right)





Rebar
Panhandle Bandshell Flyout
San Francisco, California, 2008





Project Row Houses
Houston, Texas, 2003-Present





Rural Studio at Auburn University
Hale County Animal Shelter (left image courtesy of Timothy Hursley), Alabama, 2006





Smith and Others
The Essex (left)
The Essex, reconfigurable development tool (right)
San Diego, 2002





Spatial Information Design Lab/Laura Kurgan
Prisoner Migration Patterns (left)
Community Planning Session (right)
Brooklyn, New York, 2003





Studio 804
Sustainable Prototype Arts Center
Greensburg, Kansas, 2008








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