Gabriel A. Ramos, AICP
Gabriel is an urban and campus planner at Sasaki
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I am an urban planner with experience in affordable housing project management and in urban planning consulting for municipalities and universities. Educated at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Vassar College, I have six consecutive years of higher education in urban studies, urban planning, and related disciplines such as political science, geography, and architectural design.
Combining a deep bench of academic experiences and professional practice, I hold the perspective that urbanization is something we all participate in, due to the forces that shape our lives. This perspective that "we are all somewhere urbanizing" is best captured when you consider the differences and similarities between cities and towns all over the world as it relates to housing, transportation, open space systems, development policy, and land use decisions. As a designer and planner, I aim to integrate contemporary planning perspectives with design thinking.
Planning for a Post-Climate World
A series of 19th century paintings that illustrates the rise and fall of empire highlights the limits of growth.