Diana Jones is a Principal and Project Architect at Lyons, with a strong interest in how architecture frames people’s experiences and interactions—particularly those of tertiary students, educators and the public. She is experienced in the briefing, planning, documentation control and delivery of complex public and educational facilities across Australia, such as the Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building (University of Adelaide), Swanston Academic Building (RMIT) and the Saint Teresa of Kolkata building (Australian Catholic University).
To Diana, every project is an opportunity to learn, collaborate and come to a deep understanding of our client’s work and needs, being critical to delivering transformative environments and spaces. Diana has experience with large and complex projects for universities and public clients across Australia, including campus masterplans, teaching and research facilities and museums. She offers clients an appreciation for the complexities of facility management, having worked in this role prior to joining Lyons, as well as outstanding skills in communication and team management.
Bachelor of Architecture (1st class Honours) – University of Western Australia
Denmark International Study Program (Copenhagen)