AIA, LEED AP
Past work experience:
Todd is an architect, urban designer and adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota. He was a project coordinator at the U of M’s Design Center for American Urban Landscape for the Hollman Settlement in North Minneapolis which addressed complex issues related to housing and neighborhood connections across a 100 acre site. He also led the design team in East Grand Forks to create a framework plan for the city after the devastating flood of 1997. For the past 10 years, he has been a consultant to the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund on their Building Better Neighborhoods program. In the office, Todd is CRA’s Design Coordinator, involved in and supervising teamwork on our affordable and market rate housing developments, supportive housing communities and historic renovations.
Master of Architecture, Cranbrook Academy of Art
Bachelor of Architecture five year degree, Kansas State University
Adjunct Professor, Department of Architecture at the University of Minnesota
Registered Architect, State of Minnesota
LEED Accredited Professional
Member, Percent for Public Art Committee - U of M
Having spent time abroad in Denmark and the Netherlands, Todd has an interest in social housing and modern design. His experience there has been a constant source of inspiration for his professional and personal work. As an extension of his passion for architecture, Todd is also a skilled furniture maker who designs and constructs cabinets, chairs and wooden bowls. Additionally, he led a group of U of M architecture students to China for a semester in 1991. He and Terri later returned to China on an exciting journey to adopt their daughter Amalya.
Michelle Baltus Pribyl