Architect ~ Designer
With over 15 years of experience in the architectural field, Ryan has expanded his experience to product design, graphic design, and immersive technologies that merge into the built environment. Originally born in British Columbia, Canada; Ryan has spent most of his career in the beautiful state of Washington and is lucky to call it home.
It’s my belief that aesthetics and sustainability work in tandem to reinforce every project's objectives that establish a deeper connection to people and place. I’m continuously evolving an architectural process that incorporates the natural environment which is a key pillar in my design methodology.
Modular mass timber can supply high-quality housing that builds upon previous design iteration to efficiently deliver affordable homes. My passion for component based design is a derivative of my desire to balance productization with ecosystem integration.
Hybrid Cross-Laminated Timber with Dowel Laminated Timber composes the primary structure of this structure. This environmentally friendly low-carbon footprint is the central hub of campus and serves as a communal meeting place for Premera.
Building Types: Commercial Assembly Space with Fitness/Cafeteria
Footprint: 53,000 SF New Construction
Primary Structure: CLT/DLT
Enclosure: Prefabricated Panels
Embodied Carbon Intensity: 17k kgCO2e/SF
University of California San Diego campus development of two 21-story dormitory towers. Student recreation areas and cafe's are located along the ground level.
Building Type: Residential Dormitory (1,302 Beds) with Commercial Podium
Footprint: 841,000 SF New Construction
Primary Structure: Post-Tension Concrete
Enclosure: Curtain Wall