Allard Jansen, A.I.A. Principal Architect
- California Polytechnic State University
- School of Environmental Design, San Luis Obispo, California
- Bachelor of Science, Architectural Design, 1976
- Registered Architect, State of California, 1983, (C13,962)
- NCARB, December 1996
Experience & Qualifications
Allard Jansen is the founding principal of Allard Jansen Architects, Inc., which he established in 1991. Allard has more than 25 years of professional experience and has received numerous awards for his residential and commercial work. Allard is currently engaged in the design of several custom homes in Rancho Santa Fe, Santa Luz, and San Diego, additionally he is working on a 21 unit row home project in San Diego and preparing land planning studies in the Historic Covenant of Rancho Santa Fe. Allard has earned a reputation for sensitive design rooted in the goals and objectives of each client and of the site. Mr. Jansen is the principal-in-charge of the firm and is personally involved in each project. Allard works with the clients and project managers to develop initial designs and concepts and oversees the entire project from conception to completion.
Prior to starting Allard Jansen Architects, Inc., Allard Jansen worked for Buss Silvers Hughes (now Carrier Johnson), Paul McKim and Associates and Austin, Veum, Robbins and Parshalle where he managed and designed several commercial projects such as the Warner Administrations Building at the San Diego Zoo, Wall Street Plaza, a commercial retail project in La Jolla and Cipher Data's Corporate Offices in Scripps Ranch. While at Paul McKim and Associates, he was the designer for several custom homes in La Jolla and Rancho Santa Fe including the home of Ray Kroc, founder of McDonald's Restaurants. Mr. Jansen also worked for Income Property Group, a local developer of senior housing. He acted as the developer's assistant and project manager.
- Urban Land Institute, Mixed Use Development
- Friend of San Diego Architecture, Regional Residential Design
- NAIOP, Mixed Use Development
- Friends of SD Architecture, Traveling with an Architectural attitude
- Urban Design Guest Critique, Woodbury University
American Institute of Architects
The creative process, Architecture that responds to its environment, Charles Moore, Luis Barragan, & Wallace Neff