While living in London for 15 years, Owens designed and built numerous award-winning projects as partner of her globally-recognized and well-published architectural practice. Joyce returned to the U.S. to share her international and forward-thinking approach toward architecture, travel and style. She is an advocate of good design at all levels. As architectural columnist, Architect About Town, and Architectural Travel Expert, Joyce shares her expertise about buildings and places.
A reigstered architect in the U.S. and the U.K., she still creates buildngs as well as writes, including projects in Italy, the U.K. and throughout the U.S.
Joyce knows a lot about:
- Mid-Century Modern
Joyce's Special Recommendations
"Don't leave a building or place without considering its responsibility to history, the community & the environment."
Articles by Joyce Owens, AIA
August 3, 2013
As London establishes itself on the world foodie map, grand architectural spaces are being re-purposed in delicious ways.
May 13, 2013
Unlike her domesticated contemporaries of the early 1900s, teacher/architect/ designer Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter navigated a man’s world. From Los Angeles to Chicago, her work made a significant impact on public American architecture of the West.