Woodbury School of Architecture MSArchRED director Ted Smith and the RED Office have recently commenced construction of The Hillcrest, a 6-story infill and mixed-use project in San Diego’s Hillcrest neighborhood. Acting as Architects-Developers and Builders, the RED Office is committed to making unique housing projects that creatively activate the neighborhoods they serve. The inclusive method of practice exemplifies the ideals of our MSArchRED program
The RED Office serves as an extension of the Master of Science in Architecture, Real Estate Development, program offered at Woodbury School of Architecture in San Diego. “Woodbury University’s MSArch RED program and The RED Office are bridging the separation between academia and practice,” explains Héctor M. Pérez, associate professor and graduate programs coordinator at Woodbury School of Architecture in San Diego. The RED office in San Diego is the successor company augmenting and expanding the 40 year practice of Smith and Others Architects. Principals Ted Smith and Kathleen McCormick have been joined by graduates of Woodbury University’s Master of Science in Real Estate development program (MSArch RED), experienced San Diego practitioners, and fellow Woodbury faculty. The team has accomplished a wide range of unusual housing projects acting as developer, architect, and contractors.
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