Teddy Kofman is an architect based in New York. His academic work includes teaching urban design, thesis, and core design studios at Pratt Institute and The Cooper Union. Teddy completed Urban Forest: Houston,Texas at The Cooper Union, an infrastructure and urban design project which addresses the challenges that major American cities face in negotiating the demand for urban expansion and the preservation of their natural environment. Focusing on performing arts and exhibition spaces, Teddy has designed both independently and at Grimshaw Architects and Pfeiffer Partners Architects. Teddy has also worked with the Architecture Archive at The Cooper Union on several exhibitions and publications including Lessons From Modernism (Monacelli Press, 2014), The Great White Whale is Black (Anthony Candido, 2014), and Thesis at Cooper, 2014 - 2015. Previously he Studied at Tel Aviv University Azrieli School of Architecture.