Ted Jones

Registered Architect, Commonwealth of Virginia, 2001


1991 Bachelor of Architecture, University of Arkansas

1997 Master of Architecture, University of Virginia

Professional Experience

2015- present Ted Jones Architect, Principal

2014-2015 Alloy Architecture/ Design Build- Consulting Architect

2011-2014 Mitchell Matthews Architects,  Project Architect

2006-2011 SOURCE architects, inc., Principal

2003-2006 Ted Jones Architect, PC, Principal

2001-2003 Shelter Associates, Free Union, VA, Architect 

2001 Nelson Byrd Landscape Architects, Charlottesville, VA, Consultant

1999-2001 William McDonough + Partners, Charlottesville, VA, Project manager 

1997-1999 Bushman Dreyfus Architects, Charlottesville, VA, Project manager

1997 William McDonough + Partners, Charlottesville, VA, Designer

1997 Excavations at Morgantina, Sicily, Prof. Malcolm Bell, Draftsman/ surveyor  

1991-1994 Fay Jones + Associates Architects, Fayetteville, AR, Architect apprentice

1988 Historic American Engineering Record, Wyman Bridge, Washington County, AR, surveyor

1986 U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Senator Robert T. Stafford, Chairman, Washington, D.C., Intern

Academic Experience

Spring 2017 University of Virginia, Lecturer/ Graduate Architecture Program

Fall 2009 University of Virginia, Lecturer/ 3rd year Design Studio Instructor

Fall 2008 University of Virginia, Lecturer/ 3rd year Design Studio Instructor

Spring 2000 University of Virginia, organized and led Louis Kahn field trip for 3rd year architecture students  

Spring 1997 University of Virginia, Teaching assistant, 4th year studio

Fall 1996 University of Virginia, Teaching assistant, 4th year studio, Prof. Patricia Kucker

Summer 1996 University of Virginia, Teaching assistant, 2nd year studio, Prof. Maurice Cox 

Spring 1996 University of Virginia, Teaching assistant, 2nd year studio, Prof. Maurice Cox 

Fall 1995 University of Virginia, Teaching assistant, 2nd year studio, Prof. Maurice Cox 

1989 Completed semester in Rome, Italy- 4th year Architecture

Summer 1988 University of Arkansas, Teaching assistant, 1st year studio, Prof. Gordon Brooks

Selected Projects

2015-present Multi-phase Farm Retreat in Madison County, VA

2015-present Bowen Residence Addition, Charlottesville, VA

2013 Wertland Street Apartments.  Charlottesville, VA,  Project Manager(Mitchell Matthews)

2011 King Street Residence, Charlottesville, VA

2010 Charlottesville Waldorf School Library and Pavilion Annex, Charlottesville, VA

2008 West Residence,  Stanardsville, VA

2007 Water Street Development Competition, Charlottesville, VA

2007 Ayyildiz Residence, Free Union, VA

2006 Potter Residence, Charlottesville, VA

2005 Charlottesville Waldorf School-  Design for a LEED Platinum school (unbuilt)

2003 Nobles Residence, Crozet, VA

2002 Webb Renovation and Addition Charlottesville, VA, Designer (Shelter Associates) 

1999 Aspect Communications Headquarters, San Jose, CA, Designer(WM+P)

1997 Sargent Addition Charlottesville, VA, Designer (Bushman Dreyfus Architects)

1997 Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies, Oberlin College, OH, Designer, WM+P

1997 Proposal for Hot Springs National Park, AR (Ted Jones, thesis project and exhibit)

1993 Garvan Gardens Pavilion, Hot Springs, AR, Designer (Fay Jones)

1993 Rose Hill Memorial Chapel, Whittier, CA, Designer (Fay Jones)

1993 McArdle Residence, Chicago, IL, Designer (Fay Jones) 

1992 Powell Gardens Visitor Center and Chapel   Kansas City, MO, Designer (Fay Jones)

1992 Chapman University Chapel (unbuilt), Orange, CA, Designer (Fay Jones)

1992 Mahoney Residence, Springfield, MO,  Designer, (Fay Jones)

Awards + Acknowledgments

2006 DWELL magazine “Nice Modernist” award, 2006 for the Charlottesville Waldorf School

2007 Water Street Competition, National Design Competition, Top Twenty Finalist

2003 Free Union Country School Design Competition, Honorable Mention

Exhibits and Lectures

2007 “Green Building and the Charlottesville Waldorf School”, presentation to the Board of the Great Park of Orange County, Irvine City Council, Irvine, CA 

2007 “Green Building and the Charlottesville Waldorf School”, keynote presentation, Orange County Waldorf School Capital Campaign, Costa Mesa, CA

2006 “Straw Bale Construction”, green building exhibit with Ancient Hills Cottage Builders, Charlottesville Community Design Center

2006 “Artivism” Charlottesville Waldorf School, drawings and models,

Charlottesville Community Design Center

2003 Integrated Design Workshop for the Charlottesville Waldorf Foundation

1999 “Water and the City”, Hot Springs Festival of the Arts, Hot Springs, AR, exhibit of thesis drawings, brochure, and lecture


1996 Harry S. Shure Studio Publication with Schaeffer Somers,  University of Virginia

1999 Hot Springs: Potentials for the Next Millennium, with Kathy Poole

2006 DWELL, May Issue, “Teaching by Example”

2008 CVILLE Abode, November Issue, “View Finder”

2010 CVILLE Abode, October Issue, “New Day Rising”

2012 CVILLE Abode, July Issue, “Something from Nothing”

Principal Interests

Historic Sites and Archaeology

The “Site-to-Building” relationship

Drawing as a critical technical skill integral to Design

Figurative Drawing and Painting and their influences on form, space, and scale


References available upon request