Ron Witte
Adjunct Professor


Ron Witte is an architect and founding partner – with Sarah Whiting – of WW Architecture. He is registered in Texas and certified by the National Council of Architectural Review Boards. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects. 
Ron's work has been published in Assemblage, Log, Fresh Meat, Texas Architect, the Washington Post, Archplus, Scroope, Harvard Design Magazine, Architecture Magazine, Dialogue, Architectural Design Profiles, and Polygraph. He edited Toyo Ito: Sendai Mediatheque, published by Harvard University and Prestel, Counting, and co-edited Judgment. The drawings for X House were acquired by the architecture collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 
Prior to founding WW, Ron worked with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Jacques Couëlle in Paris, France; and Reid & Tarics in San Francisco, California. 
Ron received his Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and his Master of Architecture from Princeton University. 

Ron has also taught at Princeton University, Harvard University, the University of Kentucky, the Illinois Institute of Technology, and the University of Florida. 

Faculty Work


  • M. Arch., Princeton University
  • B. Arch., California Polytechnic State University

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