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Ryan D. Indovina RA, LEED AP

earned a B.A. in Architecture and a B.A. in Art History with honors, from Rice University in Houston, Texas in 2003. Following graduation, Mr. Indovina joined the firm of Richard Meier and Partners in Los Angeles, an internationally recognized firm and recipient of the prestigious Pritzer Prize in Architecture. Mr. Indovina returned to Rice University in 2004 to earn a Bachelor of Architecture.


In 2005, Mr. Indovina joined the firm of Thomas Phifer and Partners in New York. While in New York, Mr. Indovina worked on numerous national and international projects. His duties included project design and development, project management, and construction administration. Following his time in New York, Mr. Indovina joined Indovina Associates in 2008. He obtained his Architectural License in the state of Pennsylvania in 2011, is a LEED Accredited Professional, and is a National Registration Certificate Holder of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.


Notable Projects


Multi-Family Condominium Developments     

1393 York Ave - New York, NY     

80 South Street - New York, NY     

1550 Biscayne Boulevard - Miami, FL    

Smallman Place - Pittsburgh, PA    

Otto Milk Condominiums - Pittsburgh, PA     

350 Oliver Avenue - Pittsburgh, PA     

Union on Fifth - Pittsburgh, PA



1500 Smith Street - Houston, TX     

Hudson Yards Competition - New York, NY     

1099 New York Ave - Washington DC     

222 Second Avenue - San Francisco, CA



Brochstein Pavilion - Rice University Houston, TX     

Carnegie Science Center - Pittsburgh, PA     

San Diego Federal Courthouse - San Diego, CA     

Pagoda Language Institute - Seoul, Korea     

PA Board of Probation and Parole - Pittsburgh, PA    

PA DEP District Headquarters - New Stanton, PA     

Robert Morris University John Jay Center     

University of Pittsburgh - SRCC Geology Labs



Boulder Residence - Boulder, CO     

Southhampton Residence - Long Island, NY    

Collier Residence - Pittsburgh, PA     

Ross Township Residence - Pittsburgh, PA


Project Awards - Brochstein Pavilion     

2010 American Institute of Architects         

National Honor Award     

2009 American Institute of Architects New York City Chapter         

Honor Award      

2008 Best of Texas Construction         

Best of Higher Education Award     

2009 American Institute of Steel Construction         

Merit Award     

2009 American Society of Landscape Architects         

Merit Award

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