Ryan Lohbauer believes cities are the most important engines of well being for their citizens, and architecture underpins this promise through continuous advancement of high quality-of-life solutions. His inventive approach to the creation of well designed, efficient, and healthy spaces drives his work at Stanev Potts Architects. Ryan has specialized in creating high-value solutions for residential and commercial adaptive reuse projects. Working very closely with developer clients on over 20 buildings in the city of Philadelphia, he has developed a robust understanding of the complex constraints that come from zoning and building codes, historic approval, and financial feasibility.
Ryan graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design in 2007, receiving a Masters of Architecture and a Certificate in Real Estate Design and Development with coursework at the Wharton School of Business. His graduate work focused on the application of urban economic theory towards the creation of new architectural and urban design concepts. He graduated in 2002 from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies. Ryan remains active with the community as a board member of the PennDesign Alumni Association.