Janine Lovejoy Wilford, Architect - Designing quality early educational spaced in the Bay Area
 

Profile

By specializing in early educational spaces, Janine combines her architectural expertise and her knowledge of child development to achieve optimal design solutions. She has designed preschools, elementary schools, playgrounds, children's libraries, and community centers as well as civic, commercial and residential projects.

Kendricks Pavilion Janine provides fun, nurturing, safe environments for children and their caregivers and recognizes the importance of integrating interior and exterior spaces.

Becoming a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional) demonstrates Janine's commitment to the environment. Green and sustainable design practices are integrated into the projects in a cost effective way through choice of materials, site location, and day lighting, among many other considerations.

Registration and Education

  • Licensed Architect in California #C22093
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards NCARB #49129
  • Bachelor of Architecture, Pennsylvania State University
  • Institute for Child Care Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • US Green Building Council, LEED Accredited Professional

Related Training

  • GSA Child Care Design Training, Los Angeles, CA
  • Infant Toddler Care Seminar: Pistoia and Reggio Emilia Centers, Dominican University
  • Preschool Parent-Teacher and substitute, Twin Cities Co-op Preschool, Corte Madera

Affiliations

  • Architects, Designers and Planners for Social Responsibility
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteer

Prior to starting her practice in 2006, Janine Lovejoy Wilford worked with the following architectural firms: Tectonics, Architects, Planners and Engineers in San Francisco; CoDesign, Inc in Davis, CA; and the Office of Felix Drury in New Haven, CT.

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