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Ryan Rideout

Ryan Rideout

Seattle, WA, US

 
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About 

Ryan’s experience has developed throughout various typologies and scales which
have aided each project’s challenges and development. His ability to technically
solve design issues displays a strong understanding of materials which brings
unique qualities to every client’s project. His extensive knowledge in single-family
residences has been fundamental in progressing the quality of living in multi-
family design. Ryan has utilized all mediums of building types and specializes in
Mass Timber building techniques that provide sustainable attributes to the
project’s overall design. A desire to design quality space is continually pushing his
knowledge and creativity toward successful, high-quality projects.

Employment 

Perkins and Will, Seattle, WA, US, Arch III

Feb 2015 - Apr 2019
 

The Miller Hull Partnership, Seattle, WA, US, Intern Architect

May 2014 - Aug 2014
 

Beers/Withington Architecture & Landscape, Seattle, WA, US, Project Designer

Jun 2010 - Aug 2011
 

Freelance Architecture & Graphic Designer, Tacoma, WA, US, Project Designer

Mar 2009 - Jun 2010
 

Peha & Associates, Hermosa Beach, CA, US, Architectural Job Captain

May 2007 - Mar 2009
 

FullerVerret Professional Building Design, Bellingham, WA, US, Project Drafter & 3D Modeler

Jul 2005 - May 2007
 

Education 

Washington State University, Pullman, WA, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2011 - Dec 2014
 

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, US, BArch, Geographical Information Systems

Aug 2001 - Jun 2005
 

Awards 

Runner-Up: Lodestar, 2nd Place

How do we design architecture with a message that could endure for millennia?

Since the Cold War, one of the most challenging and urgent tasks facing governments around the world has been the disposal of transuranic nuclear waste. As a by-product from nuclear weaponry production, high-level waste is not only harmful, but also boasts a formidable decay process lasting thousands of years. To address this issue, millions of barrels of highly radioactive waste have been buried in repositories deep beneath the earth’s surface. To ensure public safety, it is imperative that sites remain undisturbed for the duration of the waste’s decay process. arch out loud is releasing the NUCLEAR competition asked designers to submit architectural proposals for markers. These landmarks will serve to warn future societies of the dangers of such a site.

2017
 

Henry Adams Medal, Award

For more than a century, the AIA has provided a medal of excellence to the top graduating students in National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) or Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB) accredited degrees, Bachelor of Architecture, Master of Architecture, or Doctor of Architecture.

2014
 

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