Ryan Lovett is presently a dual candidate for the Masters of Architecture (M.Arch) and Masters of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) at the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Mr. Lovett holds a B.A. in Architecture and Ecological Design with High Honors from the University of California Berkeley where he was awarded the Raymond L. Watson Prize as well as the Alpha Rho Chi award.
Mr. Lovett is an internationally recognized up and coming designer having placed in numerous international design competitions including AECOM’s Urban SOS, Build a Better Burb, Sci-Arc’s LA Cleantech Corridor, LA Forum Dingbat 2.0, Intersections: Grand Concourse Beyond 100, and A New Infrastructure: Innovative Transit Solutions for LA. Mr. Lovett’s work has been cited in such publications as the New York Times, LA Times, Architect’s Newspaper, Architecture Magazine, among various other publications. Mr. Lovett’s is also a teaching fellow at Columbia University, a contributor to Autodesk's 2012 Building Information Modeling Curriculum, and a former member of the Columbia Building Intelligence Project (C-BIP).