417 7th Street
Columbus, IN 47201
Louis Joyner Architect is a small Columbus, Indiana-based architectural practice offering planning and design services for commercial, residential, institutional, and historic preservation projects.
Established in 2000, the firm draws upon many years of experience with a broad range of architectural projects. Central to our practice is a deep sense that the role of an architect is to understand, manage and balance the competing forces that affect an architectural project. We believe that design serves the client best when use our aesthetic sense to reflect the values and functional goals of our client, and allow it to be tempered by the realistic constraints of practical and financial considerations. We work hard to understand our clients and their needs, using care and experience to provide buildings that are pleasing, sound, and memorable.
Principal Louis Joyner, received a Bachelor of Arts from New College of Florida and a Master's of Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC). He is licensed to practice in Indiana and Illinois, and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration
Boards (NCARB). In addition to his professional practice, Mr. Joyner sits on the Indiana Modern committee of Indiana Landmarks, has served as design critic at university schools of architecture, and has been determined to meet the appropriate Secretary of the Interior's "Professional Qualification Standards" by the Indiana State Historic Preservation Officer.
Louis has called Columbus home for 18 years. He enjoys entertaining in his Mid Century Modern home, collecting rare vintage objects and spending time with his four sons. He is committed to his community as currently sits on several local boards and committees which focus on the arts.