Architecture Joyce Owens
Joyce Owens is the principal architect at Studio AJO. She oversees all of the design work that comes out of the offices, and meets with current and potential clients to explore creative possibilities and solutions. Her client list extends through the United States, the United Kingdom, and Italy. Before opening Studio AJO, Joyce was a co-founding partner at the London-based firm Azman-Owens Architects, where she worked for clients like Boris Johnson, Alexander McQueen, and TAGHeuer. Joyce’s work has been published in books, magazines, and news sources. She has won awards from the UK’s Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), as well as many design competitions internationally. Joyce graduated from Notre Dame University with a degree in architecture before winning a Rotary Foundation scholarship to study in Rome and London. She was an architectural columnist for the Fort Myers News-Press and USA Today. Most recently, Joyce was named as the 2017 President-Elect for the Florida state association of the AIA. Find out how to meet Joyce Owens in person.