Maitland Jones joined the firm in 1992 and became a partner in 2002. Mait ensures that our most complex projects are distilled to their design essence: striking at first glance, but also rich and nuanced to invite a deeper look. He is an expert in planning, academic, and adaptive-reuse projects, and he brings his keen understanding of the way artists approach their craft to our work for the visual and performing arts. Mait oversees our firm-wide project delivery practices.
Among his many notable projects are the Yale School of Art, the renovation and addition to the Rockefeller Arts Center at SUNY Fredonia, and the 122 Community Arts Center. Mait has taught at Yale’s School of Architecture and the Institut für Städtebau in Vienna, Austria, and has lectured on the firm’s work in the U.S. and internationally. Mait graduated from the Yale University School of Architecture with a Master of Architecture degree.