Hulett Jones, AIA, LEED ® AP
Hulett combines his passion for art, music and mathematics in his architectural career, bringing an acute design sensibility and deep technical expertise to his work. Prior to founding jones | haydu, Hulett worked as lead project architect and senior designer on major community, academic, commercial, renovation, and historic restoration projects for an internationally acclaimed firm. The bulk of all of these projects have been program rich environments with highly specific uses.

Hulett's father was an artist and industrial designer, his mother an educator, and his grandfather an engineer. From the earliest age, he remembers learning to draw from his father, sitting under his grandfather's drafting table, and simply learning from his mother's Socratic dialogue method of teaching. This Socratic method drives Hulett's design process through questioning and discovery.
Academia
California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Adjunct Professor
Hulett currently teaches a professional practice class.

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
Lecturer
Hulett currently serves as a part time professor for the San Francisco program.
This involves teaching a 5 week design studio, teaching a professional practice
class, and mentoring students through an internship.

Previous Professional Experience
Gensler | San Francisco, CA
Senior Associate | 1998-2006

Hannum Associates | San Francisco, CA
1996-1998

Britt Medford, Architect | Austin, TX
Associate | 1993-1996

Beran and Shelmire Architects | Dallas, TX
Intern | 1984-1990, summers and winters

Education
Bachelor of Architecture | University of Texas | Austin, TX
Registration and Professional Affiliations
Registered Architect, California
Registered Residential Designer, Nevada
American Institute of Architects
LEED ® Accredited Professional
SPUR Member

Community Activities
Contemporary Jewish Museum, Scents of Purpose: Artists Interpret the Spice Box
Ongoing guest design critic for University of California, C.C.A and Cal Poly students
Youth in Arts: San Rafael Street Painting Festival
Petchitecture (P.A.W.S.)
Rebuilding Together
AIDS Walk
Pro-bono work for Raphael House

Paul Haydu, AIA, LEED ® AP
With a deep interest in the literary and visual arts, Paul brings a keen ear to the design process and seeks to infuse the solution with both pragmatic and narrative qualities. Prior to founding jones | haydu, Paul worked as senior designer and project manager on a range of residential, commercial, and academic projects for a small, award-winning firm. This experience focused on inventive and highly detailed and personalized solutions comprising in-depth research and open discourse.

Paul's father was a chemist, his mother a professor of literature, and his aunt a painter. The lively and varied discussions and experiences born of this environment instilled a sense of artistic curiosity tempered by scientific logic early on. A music lover, avid cook, intermittent author, ally of the outdoors, and aspiring world traveler, Paul seeks a breadth and depth of dialogue, interaction, and discovery.
Academia
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
Lecturer
Paul served as a part time professor for the San Francisco program in the Spring of 2012.
This involved teaching a 5 week design studio and mentoring students through a case
study as part of their professional practice class.

Previous Professional Experience
Mark Horton Architecture | San Francisco, CA
Associate | 1998-2004

NBBJ Architecture | San Francisco, CA
1997-1998

Moore Anderson | Austin, TX
1995-1997

Education
Master of Architecture | University of Texas | Austin, TX
Bachelor of Arts | Yale University | New Haven, CT
Professional Affiliations
Registered Architect, California
Registered Residential Designer, Nevada
American Institute of Architects
LEED ® Accredited Professional
SPUR Member

Community Activities
Ongoing guest design critic for University of California, C.C.A and Cal Poly students
Strybing Arboretum Treehouse Benefit Participant
LEAP Sandcastle Contest
I Have a Dream Foundation mentor
Race for the Cure
AIDS Run
architecture - design - interiors