Jenny Jones is a Scottish Architect. Educated in the UK, USA and France. She now runs her Studio from London. Her work is recognised for a sensitive approach to both new works and those working with existing structures, marrying rigorous contextual and cultural analysis with a consideration of the sensorial impact of the work.
The Studio’s portfolio currently covers projects in Asia, Europe and in the UK. She designed the Dairy Art Centre in London which was voted one of fifteen of the “World's Best New Galleries and Museums “ by Blouin Artinfo.
Before setting up her own studio, Jenny worked for OMA, Richard Rogers and most recently as a board director for Terence Conran.
Alongside her design practice she is a visiting lecturer at the RCA on the Interior Design Programme and has taught at the Architectural Association and the Edinburgh School of Architecture.