Ryan Losch AIA
Associate / Urban Designer
Ryan Losch joined Page in 2013 with a background in both architecture and urban design. He understands that buildings do not exist in isolation. It is their connection to the surrounding context, whether urban, suburban, or purely landscape that helps to shape the way people receive and interact with architecture. Whether working on a master plan or a building project, Ryan seeks to utilize this principle to create spaces that enhance the user’s experience.
Prior to joining Page’s Austin office, Ryan worked in Chicago, Miami, and Boston on a wide-range of projects both in the US and abroad. His portfolio includes work for institutional clients such as Harvard Medical School in planning and architectural efforts. In the governmental sector, he has completed work for the US military in East Asia as well as a complex governmental high-rise office building in the Middle East. He has also done work in the hospitality, housing, and civic realms.
Ryan continues to work on a variety of projects at Page. He played a key role in the design of the University of Texas Dell Medical School, as well as the University of Texas System Replacement Office Building, a 19-story downtown facility. Both projects play a vital part in furthering the missions of the institutions. In planning, he has worked on projects for both public and private entities, such as the Bell Boulevard Corridor Master Plan for Cedar Park, TX, and various efforts for the Texas Facilities Commission, including the Texas State Capital Complex. Regardless of the project type or scope, Ryan seeks a rich dialogue with the owner and the end-users to ensure that the project, when realized, exceeds expectations.
In addition to professional practice, Ryan feels a strong commitment to stay engaged in academia, having taught at the Boston Architectural College and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, along with guest critiques at various institutions. His own academic career includes a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Miami, where he received the AIA Henry Adams Medal.
AIA Henry Adams Medal