ryan macyauski
master of architecture, university of illinois @ chicago
bachelor of science, ball state university

ryan earned a master of architecture from the university of illinois at chicago where he was awarded the pella fellowship for best graduate project and the alumni award for most outstanding graduating portfolio. while at uic, he served as a teaching assistant for the third year undergraduate theory course ‘design & the environment’. during that time, ryan’s work was selected for year end show, nominated for the schiff foundation fellowship and featured in numerous architectural journals.

currently, ryan is an adjunct professor at the university of pennsylvania where he teaches graduate architecture studio, and a project designer at rockwell group. most recently, ryan was an adjunct professor at the city university of new york where he taught undergraduate architecture studio. previously, he was an adjunct professor at syracuse university where he taught undergraduate architecture studio, and worked as a project designer at asymptote architecture in new york city, a designer at tom wiscombe architecture in los angeles, and a designer at james a. fritsch architecture. ryan thanks his father for sparking his architectural interests as an adolescent, when he worked many summers for his general contracting business that specialized in custom built projects.