MArch (with distinction), UCLA; BArch (with honors), Syracuse University
Ryan A. Doyle, RA joins Syracuse Architecture as a part-time instructor in Fall 2019 teaching architectural design studio.
Prior to joining Syracuse University as a faculty member, Ryan was at El Camino College from 2018-19 where he taught architectural drawing and design as an adjunct professor. Before El Camino, Doyle served as adjunct at Woodbury University from 2017-18, coordinating the first-year graduate studio and undergraduate open-studio. In 2017, Ryan was a studio instructor at the UCLA TeenARCH program. While in Los Angeles, Doyle worked alongside Pritzker-Prize-winning architect Thom Mayne as the program coordinator for the NOW Institute, a global urban planning think-tank from 2015-17. In New York, he served as an associate at COOKFOX Architects, an award-winning design firm dedicated to integrated, environmentally-responsive architecture, where he was responsible for the design and construction administration of over $200M in residential and mixed-use buildings from 2009-15. Ryan now works as Project Architect at King + King Architects in Syracuse.
Doyle’s published research focuses on the intersection of urban policy and architectural design strategy in the 20th- and 21st-centuries. He served as production manager for 100 Buildings, published in 2017 by Rizzoli, which details the top 100 buildings built from 1900-2000 around the world. Ryan was publication editor for 100% Sustainable LA, outlining the key steps to achieve 100% renewable energy, 100% local water, and enhanced ecosystem and human health in LA County by 2050. Also published in 2017, Doyle served as research editor for 99% Preservation, 1% Densification, an urban-planning study to accommodate an additional one million people in Los Angeles.
Ryan’s poetry and charcoal drawings have been published on Archinect. His team was the winner of the 2011 Gowanus Lowline urban design competition, and received third place in the 2012 AIA ENYA Harlem Edge architectural competition. As a faculty member in 2017, he served on the Woodbury University Educational Planning Committee. As a student in 2009, Ryan was Architecture Class Marshal, received the AIA Henry Adams award, and was a University Remembrance Scholar. Doyle has served as a design critic at El Camino, UCLA, USC, Woodbury, and Syracuse. He is NCARB-certified, a LEED-accredited professional, and a licensed architect in New York.
Doyle earned his MArch (with distinction) from UCLA in 2016, and his BArch (with honors) from Syracuse University in 2009.