I'm an architectural designer and writer and a visiting studio critic at Rice Architecture. In fall 2017, I was a KPF Paul Katz Fellow, researching historic preservation and urban planning in London. I have an MArch from Princeton (2017), a PhD in Oncology from Cambridge (2011), and an AB/ ScB in math, comparative literature, and biology from Brown University (2005). I have worked in design practices in Los Angeles and New York. Alongside design work, I write about the history of urban growth, the relationship between individual and city from the 16th century through the present, and the use of models derived from cell biology in architecture.

Get in touch: ryan @ roarkitecture . com