Jason Griffiths is an associate professor at the College of Architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Jason is an architect, writer, and teacher whose work explores the poetics of “ordinary” architecture. His recent research develops this theme through the use of engineered lumber and advanced timber structures in residential design. His built work includes The Lowest House in the Mojave Desert, Siouxland Transit Bus Stops, K-Zell Metalworks, The Political Ply Shade Canopy and Scottsdale Arts Camera Obscura, among others.
Jason is the author of Manifest Destiny: A Guide to the Essential Indifference of American Housing. He has lectured throughout Europe, the United States, and Mexico and has taught at The Bartlett, the Architectural Association, Tech de Monterrey, University of Texas at Austin, Iowa State, and Arizona State University. In 2015 he was awarded the Hyde Chair for Excellence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Jason gained his professional qualification at the Bartlett.