Kramer Woodard has been practicing architecture in Albuquerque since 1998, and he believes that we can make cities more efficient, more livable, and more friendly by re-thinking the way we use our spaces. He holds a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University, and his award-winning work has been widely published in the United States and abroad. Woodard has held teaching positions at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Columbia university, Rice University, the University of Texas at Austin, and the Pratt Institute.
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