“An effective project carefully considers its impact on a physical site as well as its potential to catalyze urban possibility”
Ryan believes that architecture is both a product of and for the city. In this sense, an effective project carefully considers its impact on a physical site as well as its potential to catalyze urban possibility. Prior to joining ATA, Ryan worked for the Graduate Chair at the Syracuse University School of Architecture on socially-oriented design projects in Mexico, Colombia, and South Korea. He later learned the intricacies of domestic-scale detailing while employed in the Washington D.C. area. Ryan joined Abramson Teiger Architects in 2014, where he designs and coordinates adaptive re-use developments, multi-tenant commercial projects, and ground-up creative office buildings.
- BS Architecture – Catholic University of America
- MA Architecture – Syracuse University
- ‘Award for Outstanding Thesis’, Syracuse University
- Design Teaching Assistant for first-year Undergraduate Design Studio, Syracuse University
During Ryan’s off hours, he loves to wander, explore and experience possibilities one wouldn’t always encounter. He is a traveler and has lived in many of the world’s great cities: New York, Washington D.C., London, Rome and now Los Angeles. To explore the spread out array of Los Angeles neighborhoods, he would rather be riding his bicycle than driving in a “metal box”.
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