San Francisco—Kuth Ranieri Architects has promoted Ethen Wood to the position of associate, announced Byron Kuth, FAIA, managing principal of the firm.
Ethen Wood joined Kuth Ranieri in late 2014 and has more than 15 years of experience in architecture. His completed projects range from residential remodels to the renovation of a public pool in San Francisco. He recently completed the Temporary Employee Café for SFO Terminal 1 and is currently working on the Balboa Pool Renovation in San Francisco and a residence in Corte Madera. He has taught at the University of San Francisco and the Academy of Art University and is currently a lecturer in architectural design at Stanford University. A native San Franciscan, he received his bachelor of architecture degree from the University of Oregon in 1998 and his master of architecture degree from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design in 2002.
About Kuth Ranieri Architects
Founded in 1990, Kuth Ranieri Architects has produced a broad spectrum of projects, from small-scaled objects and museum installations to buildings and urban planning proposals. Current projects include the Randall Museum Renovation (with Pfau Long Architecture), SFO Terminal 1 Center (with Gensler), and the Golden State Warriors Chase Center Esplanade (with Gensler). Kuth Ranieri has earned a national reputation for innovative works that integrate current cultural discourse with contemporary issues of design, technology, and the environment.