Ryan Hughes

Ryan Hughes

New York City, NY



I am a thoughtful and motivated classical designer/draughtsman, looking for a firm which will both challenge him creatively and foster his professional growth.


Eric J. Smith Architect, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer (Supervisor: Dino Marcantonio)

A junior/intermediate position with substantial responsibilities in design, drawing coordination, construction detailing, and project oversight.

• Alley Residence – Northport Point, MI
Schematic/Development Documents: Design, Management, Hand-drafting

• Elm Court Residence – Princeton, NJ
Schematic/Development/Construction Docs., Design, Exterior and Interior Detailing, Hand-drafting, Adobe PS

• Still Residence – Pebble Beach, CA
Construction Documents, Construction Details, AutoCAD, Hand-rendering

Apr 2015 - current

Hamady Architects, LLC., 34 East Putnam Ave / Greenwich, CT, Architectural Designer (Supervisor: Mark Jackson)

A junior position that focused on landscape design and required basic project management.

• Castegren Residence – Charlottesville, VA
Schematic/Development/Construction Docs., Landscape and Exterior Design, Shops/Revisions, Hand-drafting

• Ames-Webster Mansion – Boston, MA
Hand-rendered Marketing Documents

Apr 2014 - Mar 2015


University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, MArch, School of Architecture

Concentration in Classical Architecture

Rome Studies Program

Aug 2009 - Dec 2013

University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, Bachelors, Program of Liberal Studies/Department of Philosophy

Double major in Philosophy and Liberal Studies

Aug 1997 - May 2002


Christopher H. Browne Paris Drawing Tour, Scholarship

The week-long program is a sketching and watercolor course for the study of Classical French architecture, interiors and landscapes. Students will develop skills necessary for the illustration of each subject using various media including pencils, ink and watercolor painting. The study of iconic architecture, gardens, and objets d’art throughout the city of Paris and its environs will enable students to experience the principles of Classical design.The tour curriculum includes classes and demonstrations of sketching and watercolor, tours of prominent Classical buildings and visits to institutions which have preserved records of Classical works, ending in a final presentation of student work.


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