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Jeffrey Kruth

Urban Designer

Jeffrey Kruth is an urban designer at the Cleveland Urban  Design Collaborative. He contributes to  the design, research, and teaching aspects of the practice.  His primary interests include affordable housing, industrial heritage,  civic spaces, urban theory, praxis, and pedagogy. Prior to returning to his hometown of Cleveland,  Jeffrey lived in New Haven, Connecticut where he worked for the award-winning  affordable housing developer Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven, Inc. and the Yale Urban Design Workshop (YUDW) under the direction of Professor Alan  Plattus. Jeffrey has worked on a range  of projects including: affordable housing in Cincinnati, Ohio, a LEED Platinum  certified project at the Home Improvement & Energy Conservation Laboratory  in New Haven, several single-family historic houses in New Haven, and the  Naugatuck Valley Industrial Heritage Trail in Southwest Connecticut. Jeffrey received a BA from Miami University  (Ohio) in Urban & Regional Planning and Geography, and a Master’s of  Architecture, also from Miami University. 

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College of Architecture and Environmental Design
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Phone: 216-357-3434
jkruth@kent.edu