John Quale, Chair and Professor of Architecture at the University of New Mexico, is an expert on offsite design and construction, public interest design and sustainable design. He founded the ecoMOD project to create sustainable modular affordable homes. A Fulbright Scholar at Tokyo University and a Thomas Jefferson Fellow at Cambridge University, he has authored two books, and is co-editor / co-author of Offsite Architecture: Constructing the Future (2017). His teaching and/or research has been featured on NPR, CNN and HGTV as well as Architect, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Metropolis and Dwell. The winner of 30+ awards (including the Architect Magazine R+D Award and finalist status for the UN World Habitat Award) he was the University of Virginia’s nominee for the U.S. Professor of the Year Award during his 15 years on the faculty at UVA.