Chris Ramlow

Chris Ramlow

Cleveland, OH, US



While attending Kent State and the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative (CUDC) I was able to gain a thorough understanding of sustainable building techniques and practices in addition to a strong ability to use BIM to create effective and prepossessing designs. My ability to quickly and effectively design using Revit Architecture will be a valuable addition to your design team.


I am looking for an opportunity to have exposure to designing a variety of building typologies. Sustainable design is a passion of mine, and I am interested in pursuing urban gardening projects while advancing my career in architecture. I am open to changing locations and am immediately available for employment.

I have included my resume and given an opportunity would be delighted to exhibit my portfolio. My portfolio can also be found online at I can be reached anytime via the provided phone number or email. I thank you for your consideration.



Mouldings One, Middleburg, OH, US, CAD Detailer

Prepared a CAD representation of molding sections

Dec 2011 - Jan 2012

David Hughes Architects & Planners, Cleveland, OH, US, Designer

Designed iterations and prepared presentations for conceptual projects for the Detroit People Movers and small developers.

May 2008 - Dec 2010


Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Cleveland, OH, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2010 - May 2012

Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Cleveland, OH, US, Masters, Urban Design

Wrote my thesis on urban permaculture

Aug 2010 - May 2012

Kent State University, Kent, OH, US, Bachelors, Architecture and Environmental Design

Aug 2006 - May 2010


Integrated Design Competition: Best Mechanical System, Award

The final semester of undergraduate design studio at Kent State is an intense project where a two person team designs all the details of the building systems. The highlight of our mechanical system design was a radient floor system that linked into energy piles.


AIA Toledo High School Design Competition, Scholarship

1st place winner of the Senior Design Competition