Trevor Boddy is a critic of contemporary architecture and a consulting urban designer. His writing on buildings and cities has been awarded an Alberta Book of the Year Award, the Western Magazine Award, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s advocacy award, fellowship in New York’s Institute for Urban Design, and honorary membership in the American Institute of Architects. Previously, Boddy taught architecture and urban design at the University of British Columbia, University of Manitoba, University of Oregon, University of Toronto, and Carleton University. He is based in Vancouver, BC, and currently serves as a studio critic and lecturer worldwide.
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