Paul Ramey
Project Architect

Joined BWBR in 2019

“Buildings, like people, grow out of their surroundings and are shaped by their environment. I incorporate my research in phenomenology (the use of space, materials, shadows, and light to create sensory experiences) into my work to foster a sense of place within building inhabitants, allowing architecture to serve as a channel that elicits a deeper connection. Rather than a building acting as shelter from the outside, the built environment becomes a tool to reestablish the vital connection between man and nature. The more connected we are to nature, the more connected we are to each other.”


University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Sesquicentennial Hall
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Science and Technology Innovation Center