ABOUT

Ryan Neal Edwards, Architect is a Vermont-based full-service architecture practice founded by architect and sixth-generation Vermonter, Ryan N. Edwards, AIA. The practice is dedicated to creating thoughtful people- and craft-focused architecture through engaged collaborative design to clients throughout Vermont and New England


SERVICES WE PROVIDE

  • Residential Design

  • Commercial Design

  • Workplace Design

  • Existing Conditions Drawings (2D + 3D)

  • Real Estate Floor Plans

  • BOMA Area Takeoffs

  • Programming

  • Space Planning

  • Pre-Design / Conceptual Design

  • Schematic Design

  • Design Development

  • Construction Documents

  • Construction Administration

  • Sustainable Design

  • Architectural Renderings

Our Ethos

we believe in the craft of building.

In an age where material-like products are becoming more commonplace than actual materials, we believe in creating architecture that utilizes real materials in a manner that embraces and celebrates their unique aesthetic and tactile qualities.

we believe in fun.

We like to play in the mud, too.  Too many people associate architecture with pretentious and stodgy intellectualism.  It isn’t. It’s about creating inspired spaces for people to enjoy and share with coworkers, friends, and family.

we believe in creative collaboration.

We believe that the best architecture comes not from one architect’s vision, but from a carefully coordinated and creative collaboration between owner, architect, and builder.

we believe in the builder.

We believe that a master builder has as much to bring to a project as that of the architect, and in embracing the skills of both we can create the most successful projects for our clients.

we believe in empowering the client.

Recognizing that many clients have not worked with an architect before, we believe in educating our clients to help them understand what we as architects do such that the client can get the most value out of our services as well as feeling that they have as much to bring to the table as that of the architect and builder.