Kendra Ramirez

Project Manager I
“Good architecture should enrich its users and help to make their everyday life flow smoothly.”


Kendra’s path to architecture was set in high school, when she discovered that a career in design would allow her to combine creativity with critical thinking. Experienced in healthcare and commercial projects, Kendra believes that good architecture should enrich its users and help to make their everyday life flow smoothly. She approaches her work with a holistic orientation that takes into account the feeling of a space as well as its functional and visual appeal. Natural light and ventilation play just as important a role as spatial considerations. Kendra loves the multi-faceted nature of the design process, and is always ready to explore the numerous potential solutions any given problem presents.


Since joining Abramson Architects, Kendra has worked on numerous creative offices, hospitality venues, and healthcare facilities for clients such as Huge, Langdon Street Capital, and the Botannical Group. Prior to joining the firm, she was a designer at Michael Hong Architects where she specialized in large-scale commercial and mixed-use projects for local and global clients.


  • B.Arch – Woodbury University – Burbank


  • Student project published in Programming Material: the architecture, textiles, and fashion e-book
  • Thesis project showcased at the Autry Museum of the American West


Inspired by a professor who told her that in order to make interesting designs, one must do interesting things, Kendra makes it a point to travel out of the country once a year. During her travels, she loves to explore the local culture, and to let curiosity rather than concrete plans lead her way.