Susan Jones' Curriculum Vitae

 

Susan Jones, FAIA

Principal Architect, Founder

CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION
1994 Fulbright Scholarship, Berlin, Germany.
1988 Master of Architecture, Harvard University, Harvard GSD
1983 Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Stanford University

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
2016-18 Elected ICC AD-Hoc Tall Timber Committee, representing National AIA   

2010 Elected College of Fellows, American Institute of Architects
2004–present LEED Professional BD+C, US Green Buildings Council

1999–present Registered Architect: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Arkansas, North Carolina, Ohio, Illinois, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Vermont
1994–present Registered Architect: Washington State

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2001–present Affiliate Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Washington

DESIGN AWARDS, EXHIBITS AND DISTINCTIONS: atelierjones 
2018     AIA Seattle, AIA Research Award | ICC TALL WOOD BUILDING CODES

2018    2018 WALTON CRITIC, Catholic University of America

2018    AIA HOUSING CLTHOUSE featured:  inspiration, innovation, impact

2017   atelierjones RANKED No. 7 in DESIGN:  ARCHITECT 50

2017  National IFRAA/Faith & Form Award for Religious Architecture: Bellevue First Congregational Church.

2016-17 CLTHouse, Invited Exhibitor,TIMBER CITY, National Building Museum, Washington D.C.

2016 AIA Award of Honorable Mention, at AIA Seattle, for CLTHouse.           

2015 National IFRAA/Faith & Form Award for Religious Arts: Visual Arts Mary Queen of Peace Chapel.   

2015  National IFRAA/Faith & Form Award for Religious Architecture: Unbuilt Work for Bellevue First Congregational Church.

2015  CLTHouse, invited solo exhibit at the University of Washington College of the Built Environments.                 

2013 National IFRAA/Faith & Form Religious Architecture: Renovation Merit Award from for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Renovation.                                

2013 AIA Award of Merit, at AIA Seattle, for Pike Station.

2011  AIA FutureShack Design Award, Unbuilt Category, for Pike Station.
2011  King County Building Green Excellence Green Tools Project of the Year award for Houghton TS Roof Improvement and Mitigation project. With ABKJ, RW Beck, Hummel Architects.
2011  Material Evidence, one of six invited exhibitors at the University of Washington College of the Built Environments, Department of Architecture.

2011  Living Building Community Award, for competition entry: Pioneer Square: Living Blue and Green; Competition Award for International Living City Competition, with I-Sustain.org, including Lesley Bain, Ray Gastil and others.

2011  AIA Renewable City Competition, Deployable Greenhouses, project selected, AIA Seattle.
2010  AIA Award of Citation for Visionary Work, at AIA Seattle, for Deployable Greenhouses.
2010  WORK: 2006-2009, invited solo exhibit at the University of Washington College of the Built Environments.
2010  Seattle Design Commission, Holding Patterns Competition, June 2010.
2009  UrbanInform, SQUAT, a section of the 4th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam is a web-based network for best practice in the Informal City, for VO SHED. The IABR sub-curators Jörg Stollmann and Rainer Hehl, the initiators of the project with the online web-tool urbaninform, local stakeholders, architects, city officials, NGO’s and other actors that are involved in the transformation process of the Informal City will publish the projects that contribute to the ongoing discussion about the future of cities.
2009  AIA Seattle Project of the Month, for Propel BioDiesel.
2008  NAIOP 2008 Innovation Project of the Year, for Wards Cove.
2008  NAIOP 2008 Mixed Use Project of the Year, for Wards Cove.
2008  AIA Award of Citation for Conceptual Work, at AIA Seattle, 2008 Honor Awards, for VO SHED. 
2004  American Planning Association, award for Bellingham Waterfront Vision, with the Bellingham Waterfront Futures Group, PRR, Ernst and Associates.

DESIGN AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS: SUSAN JONES 
1996  E.J. Potente, Sr. Liturgical Design Competition, Grand Prize Award, awarded by the National Liturgical Conference, for St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA, architects of record, The Bumgardner Architects.
1996  AIA Northwest and Pacific Region Design Award of Merit, for St. James Cathedral
1995  AIA Religious Art and Architecture Design Award, The Marion Chapel, architect of record, The Bumgardner Architects.
1995  AIA Seattle Honor Awards for Washington: Award of Merit, National Trust for Historic Preservation: National Preservation Honor Award, Washington Trust for Historic Preservation: Preservation of Historic Resources Award, AIA Religious Art and Architecture Design Award, Interiors Magazine Public Spaces Honorable Mention Award, for St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA, architects of record, The Bumgardner Architects.

DESIGN AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS: SUSAN JONES, FOR PROJECTS COMPLETED WHILE IN THE EMPLOY OF OTHER FIRMS 
1998 AIA Northwest and Pacific Region Design Award of Merit, for Seafirst Gallery, with NBBJ.
1996 Associated General Contractors of Washington, 1996 Safety and Construction Excellence Award, for The Paramount Theatre, with NBBJ.
1994 AIA National Honor Award for Interiors, Seafirst Gallery, Seattle, WA, with NBBJ.
1994 Associated General Contractors, Award of Excellence, Seafirst Gallery with NBBJ.
1993 AIA Honor Award, Seattle Chapter, Seafirst Gallery, with NBBJ.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
2013 “St. Paul’s Episcopal Church: The Forest in the City”, article by Susan Jones, FAIA, in Faith & Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture, June 2013
2013 “St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Renovation,” Faith and Form Magazine, Shanghai Architecture Magazine, The BIG ISSUE: Taiwan, ArchDaily, April, May, June 2013
2012 “Light Leaps,” by Susan Jones, FAIA, in Faith and Form: The Interfaith Journal on Religion, Art and Architecture, No. 2/2012, pgs. 13-16. http://www.faithandform.org/features/45_2_jones/
2012 “FutureShack: Forward-thinking approaches to urban living: Pike Station Live/Work Lofts,” AIA Seattle Forum Magazine, July 2012, pg. 17-20
2012 “Design Perspectives: Green wall grows into an urban farm at Stadium Place,” by Clair Enlow, in Daily Journal of Commerce, February 29, 2012, pg 3
2011 “Looking at the City through the Lens of Food,” by Nichole Reber, inPerspective: Architecture, Interiors, Design, October 2011, Hong Kong, pg. 96-97
2011 “Imagine your Home in the Future with Seattle’s Future Shack,” by Rebecca Teagarden, in The Seattle Times, Pacific Northwest Magazine, September 17, 2011
2011 “Renewal in Art and Architecture,” by Adam Conley, in Episcopal Voice, Autumn 2011, 
2010 “Wards Cove Marina Warehouse”, in Architectural Record, August 2010, pgs.120-122
1998 “Seafirst Gallery”, in Space, July 1998, No. 367, Seoul, Korea, pgs. 18-19
1997 “Delight. This Finely Judged and Sensuous Scheme…,” by Annette Lecuyer, in Architectural Review, Nov. 1997. no. 209: Art and Industry in USA, pg.98
1996 “1996 AIA Art and Architecture Awards,” in Faith and Form, Spring/Summer 1996, vol. 29, 
1994 “Customizing Hardware,” in Architecture, July 1994, pgs.93-99
1994 “First AIA Honor Awards for Interiors Presented,” Progressive Architecture, June 1994, 
1994 “AIA Announces Honor Awards for Interiors,” in Architecture, May, 1994, pg 26
1994 “Selected Detail: Artful Partition System,” in Progressive Architecture, April 1994, pg.106
1991 “Delikates Dreigestirn im Altosterreichischen all,” (Three delicate projects in old Austria”), in Architecktur & Bau Forum, no. 145, 1991, pgs.16-29