Joshua W. Greene, AIA, Principal

While studying art and architecture in England and Japan, Joshua gained a deep appreciation for the poetic qualities of architecture, a simple blending of people and place, sunlight and sound, context and climate, and material and craft. Nearly two decades later, Joshua continues to be inspired by people, their stories, needs, challenges, and common desire to make their communities better.

Joshua was technically trained as a draftsman in 1995, and has a passion for beautiful drawings and carefully crafted details. He graduated from the University of Utah’s College of Architecture + Planning in 2004, where he often volunteers as a guest studio critic. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and has been practicing as a licensed architect since 2008. His work spans a diverse range of clients and project types – from award-winning small neighborhood visitor centers to highly sustainable, large scale university buildings.

Joshua, along with his wife Becky, is actively engaged in raising four children. While soccer games and dance practices consume most of the time outside of work, he enjoys traveling, camping, biking, and snowboarding. Joshua can be found on most weekends drawing and coloring, cutting and pasting with his family.