Biography

Jeff Oberdorfer is a national leader in sustainable, affordable housing. He uses his courses in the architecture and urban planning programs to provide students with design guidelines for multifamily housing in an urban setting, with projects ranging from a studio to an urban, multifamily development. The LEED fellow believes it is essential for an architect to understand housing design.

Education
Kent State University. BArch, 1971
Experience
Executive Director, First Community Housing
Principal Architect, San Jose Redevelopment Agency
Visiting Lecturer, UC Santa Cruz
Faculty, Antioch West Graduate School
Faculty, Goddard/Cambridge Graduate School
Instructor, Boston Museum School of Fine Arts
Expertise
Architecture
Housing
Sustainability
Community Design
Participatory Design
Research
Non-toxic Building Materials
Green, Vegetated Roofs
Awards & Distinctions

LEED Fellow

US Green Building Council

AIA Fellow