Teddy Kofman is designer based in New York. His academic work includes teaching core design studios at Pratt Institute and The Cooper Union, and a research focused on urbanization. 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 institutions, performing arts and exhibition spaces, Teddy has designed both independently and at various practices in New York and in Tel Aviv. Currently he is working on residential, commercial and performing arts facilities in the US and in Israel.
Teddy is a graduate of The Cooper Union Irwin. S.Chanin Shool of Architecture. Previously he studied at the Tel Aviv University Azrieli School of Architecture.
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