Ryan Bollom is an architect, builder and maker who leads Low Design Office’s Austin, Texas studio. The studio was recently recognized by DOMUS as one of the 50 best emerging architecture practices in the world (March 2020), featured as “Next Progressives” in Architect Magazine (Sept 2019) finalist for the Museum of Modern Art’s 2019 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, and featured as emerging architect in Architectural Review (January 2018).
His current research integrates sustainable techniques of construction with novel development and delivery models for adaptive, affordable architecture. He leverages his experience in architecture, construction, and structural engineering to create innovative design solutions that are rigorous in concept and constructable through standard techniques. He received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Duke University where he was awarded the Aubrey E. Palmer Award for outstanding academic achievement, and a Master in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.