Every architectural project has the basic elements of a story: characters, setting, a central idea, constraints or problems to solve, and ultimately solutions. At Lloyd Architects, we work with our clients to create a unified narrative to arrive at the best possible conclusion for their building projects. Visit our portfolio to view some of these projects and our blog to read the stories behind them.
Warren K. Lloyd AIA, LEED AP
If every building tells a story, the architect behind that building has a story, too. The son of an architect, Warren observed the design process from an early age. His study and work in the Pacific Northwest and Japan further shaped his story.
As a graduate student, Warren interned at The Miller-Hull Parternship and NBBJ in Seattle, and upon graduating he worked for noted residential architect Tom Bosworth FAIA. As a Monbusho scholar at Kobe University in Japan for 2 years, Warren had the opportunity to study traditional Japanese architecture and travel extensively throughout Japan. He later worked at the Shelter Company in Northern Japan.
Warren returned to Salt Lake City in 2000 when he became a managing partner and principal at Lloyd Architects, the firm his father founded. He enjoys maintaining a small firm which allows him to remain closely involved with clients on each project.
Warren’s commitment to architecture and good design are reflected in his community service and leadership. He has served as a Director of AIA Utah and has led the AIA Utah Housing and Residential Architecture Committee. He chaired the Salt Lake City Historic Landmarks Commission for two years and is currently the President of the Utah Center for Architecture.
Warren is a registered architect in Utah, Colorado and Washington.
“My experiences in the Northwest and Japan still influence my approach to architecture in providing site specific responses that relate to the landscape.”
Hometown: Salt Lake City
Education: Bachelor of Arts, Brigham Young University; Master of Architecture, University of Washington
Interests: Committed dad, intermittent skier and cyclist; enjoys a good meal at the family table
Aaron Day, LEED AP
Aaron Day joined Lloyd Architects in the summer of 2006. His interest in architecture stems from making objects in the real world. In addition to creating 3D visualizations for over 30 projects, as a project manager he has produced and coordinated drawings for dozens of projects. Aaron also directs LEED certification processes and green building practices for the firm.
“Architecture should inform the user on how building materials harmoniously connect to create beautiful, functional spaces.”
Hometown: Clinton, Utah
Education: Bachelor of Arts, University of Utah; Master of Architecture, University of Utah
Interests: Loves cycling and hanging out with his family
Matt has been practicing architecture for seven years in the Salt Lake area and recently joined our firm. He brings a range of experience in both public and private architecture. While a student at the University of Utah, Matt participated in design studios in Spain and Japan, and completed a work/study semester with Design Build Bluff. He won first prize in a national design competition sponsored by the Metal Construction Association as well as a Faculty Award of Design Excellence for his thesis project.
Hometown: Centerville, Utah
Education: Bachelor of Architecture and Master of Architecture, University of Utah
Interests: An avid fan of the outdoors, Matt loves skiing powder in Little Cottonwood Canyon, camping anywhere, hiking, cycling on and off road. He enjoys sketching and photography, and time with family and friends.
Anna comes to us from the Northwest, where she studied architecture and landscape at the University of Oregon. While in school, she pursued her interests in socially and environmentally sustainable designs through extensive coursework and managed multiple design-build projects.
Hometown: Anchorage, Alaska
Education: Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon
Interests: Anna has a passion for Utah’s dramatic mountain landscape and enjoys skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking with her husband, John. Inspired by design details, she loves to document them through sketching, painting and photography.
Meghan Hawkins, LEED Green Associate
Meghan Hawkins recently received her LEED accreditation and continues to pursue architecture that is more integrated with and more responsive to the environment. At the University of Oregon, she participated in a semester design studio in Rome, and recently completed a cycling tour exploring vernacular architecture across Europe.
Hometown: Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin
Education: Bachelor of Architecture with Minors in Business, Landscape Architecture, and Architectural History; University of Oregon
Interests: Passionate about any and every outdoor activity from cycling, running, rock climbing, hiking and camping, to ultimate Frisbee. She is dedicated to landscape conservation and restoration projects, and seeks inspiration from the community, sketching, reading, and exploring architecture’s rich history.
Won is a returned Salt Lake City native who advocates the responsible growth of the built environment through contemporary interpretations of vernacular aesthetics, technologies, and typologies. He promotes further intersection of the architectural discipline with popular culture and ultimately the advancement of the general design ethos.
Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah
Education: Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, University of Utah; Master of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
Interests: Enjoys immersive activities such as reading, art, music, film and time with good people around the table or underneath the night sky.
Jennie began working part time at Lloyd Architects in 2000 by helping with the bookkeeping. Along the way, she discovered that she enjoys the day-to-day details of the firm and now helps with marketing, the website, and blog.
“As one who appreciates good design–but has little skill for generating it–I enjoy witnessing the creative process unfold, beginning from the earliest rough sketches to the completion of the final product, a beautifully crafted home or building.”
Hometown: Seattle, Washington
Education: Bachelor of Arts, Brigham Young University; Master of Arts, University of Washington
Interests: Enjoys cooking, gardening, being with her family and hiking with them in the Wasatch Mountains; always has a book or two on her nightstand
Rebecca is a Salt Lake native with a wide variety of interests and talents, among them design. In addition to teaching piano and violin to over 20 students, she is currently working towards a degree in interior design. She works part time at our offices and uses her strong organizational skills to help keep things running smoothly.
“I love the creative process because there’s not a definitive answer–there’s no right or wrong.”
Hometown: Salt Lake City
Education: Bachelor of Arts, University of Utah
Interests: Enjoys cycling, soccer, tennis, and loves to vacation at her family’s cabin in Montana