Last April we ended our series of Development by Design Dialogues with special guest Teddy Cruz, architect known for his extensive research of the Tijuana-San Diego border. In the dialogue, he talked about how architects and designers can act as mediators of bottom-up informal practices and top-down government policies to provide solutions to socio-economic disparity and contribute to healthy urban environments.

Here’s a recap of his most relevant thoughts throughout the talk. (We apologize for the poor audio; please activate the subtitles in the settings button!)

 

 

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