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Image from winning Rotch 2009 project. Boston Ice Storage building.

Image by Brandon Shigeta

Ryan Yaden, 2005 Alternate Rotch Scholar

Zachary Hinchliffe declined the 2005 scholarship. The scholarship was given to first runner-up, Ryan Yaden, who departed for his travels in July 2006.

Ryan Yaden

Ryan earned his Masters in Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oregon. While at the GSD, he was chair of Film+architecture and a set designer at the Loeb Experimental Theatre. He has served as an instructor at Northeastern University and Harvard University, and has also been a guest critic at MIT, Northeastern University and the Boston Architecture Center. He presented his work on urbanism at a symposium in The Hague in fall 2005.

Ryan is currently employed at Ann Beha Architects, where he is designing the renovation and expansion of the Arkell Arts Center in Canajoharie, New York and the Pearl City Pavilion, a mixed-use performing arts center, library and museum in Muscatine, Iowa. Previously, he was employed at Kyu Sung Woo Architect and F. Douglas Adams and Associates.

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