Stefanos Polyzoides is Partner, Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists, Pasadena, California. Stefanos Polyzoides’s career encompasses architecture and urbanism, design education and theory. His professional experience includes the design of educational, institutional, commercial, and civic buildings, historic rehabilitation, housing, campus planning, and urban design. From 1973 until 1997, he was Associate Professor of Architecture at USC and from 1983 through 1990 he was on the Advisory Board for the School of Architecture at Princeton. He is a cofounder of the Congress for the New Urbanism and, with his partner Elizabeth Moule, he founded Moule & Polyzoides, in 1982. Mr. Polyzoides has led such projects throughout the United States and around the world, in Canada, Central America, Australia, China and the Middle East. He is the coauthor of Courtyard Housing in Los Angeles: A Typological Analysis (Princeton Architectural Press, 1996), The Plazas of New Mexico (Trinity University Press, 2011), and is the author of the forthcoming In Praise of the Ordinary: The Architecture of Housing.