Taejoo Jeon (TJ) is an architectural associate and planner with a diverse background, having worked in various workplace environments in South Korea. In 2021, he relocated to the United States to pursue his architectural career.
In 2023, TJ earned a master's degree in architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), where he received awards such as the UTSA Design Award and the prestigious Charles E. Peterson Prize for his exceptional abilities. With over 10 awards in architecture competitions, TJ is known for his innovative and creative approach to design.
Passionate about simplicity and clarity in design, TJ focuses on urban design and the application of generic algorithms in environmental architecture. During his undergraduate studies, he co-authored a paper with Professor Woo on "Optimized Building Form by Using Genetic Algorithm and Application to Multi-dimensional Development Design" while working as a research assistant at UAARL (Urban Alternative Architectural Research Lab).
Dedicated to delivering clear and visually appealing designs, TJ specializes in residential, mixed-use, commercial, and cultural projects. He approaches each endeavor with a strong work ethic, consistently striving to exceed expectations and create exceptional outcomes.