As a native Kansan, Ramin enjoys giving back to his home state by affecting positive change on the built environment. Choosing to become an architect was an easy decision as he enjoyed art, science, math and building with LEGOS. Ramin says that if he could only focus on one aspect of the profession it would be zeroing in how design affects our perceptions. By understanding this critical component we can utilize those relationships to create great projects. In his spare time, Ramin enjoys spending time with his daughters, being outdoors and working on his old house.
As my grandfather used to say, "everyday is good, it's just some are better than others."
My grandfather. He was a carpenter and millwright who worked hard his entire life. When I was studying architecture, we spoke often about construction and I learned a lot from him and about him.
Florence, Great Barrier Reef, Tokyo and the Catatumbo River in Venezuela.
"Art is solving problems that cannot be formulated before they have been solved. The shaping of the question is part of the answer." - Piet Hien, Danish scientist
Sketching, Nintendo, hiking, camping...anything outdoors.
The number of lefties we have working here. I was once told by a college professor that my left handedness foretold good things for my career as an architect.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups