In 2005, Julie Jackson and Brian Liles decided to test their belief that innovative design, an intensely collaborative approach, and exemplary customer service would enable a small architecture firm to help its clients achieve big, big things. 15 years later, their hunch has been confirmed. Since the founding of Jackson Liles Architecture, the firm has designed projects that have had a significant impact on their client’s organizations, the people they serve, and the places they reside. The buildings and spaces designed by JLA have directly strengthened their client’s ability to achieve their goals, including projects that build and strengthen communities, support families and children, feature innovative sustainable design solutions, and require navigation of complex master planning and entitlement approvals.
Jackson Liles Architecture is engaged in wide-ranging project types and scales, from the design of a prototype YMCA camp cabin to an over 1 million square foot industrial development in the Bayview District of San Francisco to the design of a new ground up preschool in the Mission District. The Jackson Liles Architecture portfolio of completed projects also includes community facilities, medical offices, warehouse projects, recreational facilities, single family homes, the adaptive re-use of historic buildings, rural buildings, new residential developments, commercial kitchens, non-profit headquarters, and more. The result of each design process is creative, sustainable, responsive to a client’s aspirational and functional requirements, and enhances the surrounding physical environment.
For each project, Jackson Liles Architecture creates sustainable, engaging, and innovative design solutions, informed through a dialogue with our clients and responsive to each project’s specific needs. Each project is approached with an intense enthusiasm for the design and construction process, which combined with a depth of experience, expertise and creativity, ensures that each project is realized to the highest standard.