Ryan Ludwig is an architectural practitioner and educator currently teaching as a Visiting Critic at Cornell University Department of Architecture; he received his B. Arch. degree from Cornell University (2004) and his post-professional M. Arch. II degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (2009). His current research investigates architecture’s potential to participant in the development of biological ‘form’ through the induction of physiological effects capable of promoting adaptability and stimulating evolutionary change. These recent investigations will be published in the forthcoming issue of the MIT journal Thresholds 42: Human (2014). Ryan has also been a contributing author to the GSD student journal TRAYS (2009), the blog AnimalArchitecture.org (2011-13), the speculative research design journal MOINOPOLIS (2013), and he helped co-edit the book The Function of Form by Farshid Moussavi (2009).

Ludwig has taught previously at the SUNY Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning and was an Assistant Professor at the Syracuse University School of Architecture. He has participated on numerous juries at Yale, Cornell, NYIT, Tulane, UNC Charlotte and the Boston Architectural College. Prior to teaching he worked for a variety of professional offices including Cannon Design, Stonely Pelsinski architects Neukomm (SPaN), and MOS where he worked on a variety of projects for such clients as Calvin Klein, MoMA PS1, Southampton Hospital, Ian Schrager, Johnson Trading Gallery, Bridgeport Hospital, Dynamic Air Shelters and the Denver Parks Department.

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