Victor Jones is a principal of Los Angeles based Fievre Jones, cultural activist, and writer. His research lies at the intersection of architecture, urban design and community building within cities.
Recent design projects include the Platform for Watts House Project (2011) and a skate park for New Orleans' City Park (2009). His design work has been supported by numerous grants, including the Graham Foundation, Artplaces, and the Nathan Cummings foundation.
Jones received his B.ARCH in Architecture from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and a MARCH Degree from Harvard University. He has worked as a designer for Richard Meier + Partners in Los Angeles, and Chaix & Morel in Paris. Until 2009, he was an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Tulane University. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Southern California.
Forthcoming books include (IN)Formal L.A.: The Space of Politics (2013) and The Basento Aqueduct: Another side of Infrastructure (2014). Jones has been published in AMC/le Moniteur, the New Orleans Times Picayune, ARTVOICES and the Journal of Architectural Education.
He lives with his partner in Silver Lake.