Ryan Johnson Serving on AIA’s Technology in Architectural Practice National Advisory Group

Ryan Johnson wearing VR Goggles

Ryan Johnson wearing VR goggles to test out a project concept

Architect Ryan Johnson is serving on the The American Institute of Architects Technology in Architecture Practice (TAP). He was asked to serve on the National Advisory Group in 2017. This AIA Knowledge Community monitors the development of computer technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.

As new technology emerges and becomes increasingly critical to practice, planning and building, TAP’s goal is to keep members ahead, serving as a resource for the profession and the public in the use of technology in the practice of architecture.

The AIA TAP Advisory Group includes:
Cory Brugger, Assoc. AIA
HKS – Culver City, CA

Ryan Johnson, AIA
Clark Nexsen – Raleigh, NC

Natasha Luthra
Jacobs – Philadelphia, PA

Charlie Williams
| Chair
LPA Inc. – Irvine, CA

Robert Yori, Assoc. AIA

SOM – New York, NY

Ryan joined Clark Nexsen’s Raleigh office in 2008 with an interest both in design and how technology can impact design. Out of this passion he created and leads our Tech Studio, a group that includes professionals from many disciplines across the firm. Ryan leads monthly presentations with internal and guest experts focused on fostering and disseminating ideas surrounding technology. Topics have ranged from digital fabrication to smart cities to building performance simulation.