Founder of JY-Architecture, Architect Jay Yowell is the winner of Nature, Architecture, Habitat Residency (2016,Italy) and many more design awards. Metro Shoe Warehouse in OKC, Ackerman McQueen in London, 21c Museum Hotel in OKC, Knights of Columbus Building Lofts in Stillwater and our amazing venue for PechakuchaStillwater Balanced Coffee Co are some of his many notable designs. Oklahoma LEED Accredited Professional (2001), Yowell has been practicing in Oklahoma and Texas since 1994.
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