Jennifer Yoos is a principal at Vincent James Associates Architects (VJAA) in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she has practiced since 1997. Since the start of her career over twenty years ago, she has practiced both independently and with firms in Minneapolis and London.
Her work integrates design practice with research and focuses on the interconnections of social, cultural, and environmental issues with the built environment.
Jennifer currently teaches graduate level design courses at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture.
- University of Minnesota
- University of Cincinnati Gatehouse, Cincinnati, OH
- Tulane University Center, New Orleans, LA
- Hostler Student Center, American University, Beirut
- Longitudinal House, MI
Awards and Honors
- Loeb Fellow, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2003
- AIA Firm of the Year Award 2012 — VJAA
- William Richards, “Trial and Error,” Architect Magazine (March 15, 2013).
- Jeffrey Lee, “Obsessive, in a Good Way,” Architect Magazine (May 17, 2012).