publications & resources


Jones & Jones is featured in "The New Zoo" by Attractions Management Magazine. Article begins on p. 64, with Jones & Jones interview on p. 68-69. The New Zoo


Johnpaul Jones. 2008, October 1. " Creating Places that Incorporate the Practical & the Spiritual Heightening Human Sensitivity to Cultural Environmental Issues." PowerPoint Presentation and Video. Speech presented at the Leading Change 2008: Blending Indigenous and Western Planning Tools, APA Indingenous Planning Conference, Anchorage, Alaska.


Grant Jones, Ilze Jones. 2008. "Landscape Architects as Agents of Change." Part 1 and Part 2. Speech presented at the Leadership and Landscape Change Symposium, Clemson University, Charleston, South Carolina.


Johnpaul Jones. 2008. "Stand in Our Ways & Beliefs." Presentation for Construction in Indian Country. Fort McDowell, Arizona.


Grant R. Jones, David F. Sorey, and Charles C. Scott. 2007. “Applying Visual Resource Assessment for Highway Planning." In Landscape Architecture Graphic Standards (pp.130-139). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.


Grant R. Jones, Charles C. Scott. 2007. "Road Alignment." In Landscape Architecture Graphic Standards (pp.330-341). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.


Grant R. Jones, David J. Matthews, and Christopher L. Overdorf. 2007. “Zoo Design." In Landscape Architecture Graphic Standards (pp.760-769). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.


Grant R. Jones and Ilze Jones. 2007. “Sustainability as Adaptation." Speech presented as 2007 Recipient of the Richard Neutra Medal for Professional Excellence. School of Environmental Design, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California.


Grant R. Jones and Ilze Jones. 2004. "Cedar, Sagebrush, and Eelgrass." Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. Presentation given at the National Building Museum. Washington, D.C.


Grant R. Jones. 2001. "Fullness". Landscape Journal 20:1 (2001): 4-12.


Jones & Jones. 2000. "Memorandum of Agreement, US Highway 93, Evaro to Polson." Landscape Architect Design and Alignment Concepts, Design Guidelines and Recommendations, Planting and Revegetation Guidelines, and Wildlife Crossings. Montana Department of Transportation, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, and the Federal Highway Administration. Evaro to Polson, Montana.


Grant R. Jones, Brian A. Gray and John Ady. 1979. "Evolution of a Visual Impact Model to Evaluate Nuclear Plant Siting and Design Option." Submitted to the National Conference on Applied Techniques for Analysis and Management of the Visual Resource, Incline Village, Nevada.


Jones & Jones. 1976. "Woodland Park Zoo - Long Range Plan, Development Guidelines and Exhibit Scenarios." City of Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation. Seattle, Washington.


Jones & Jones. 1976. "Measuring the Visibility of H.V. Transmission Facilities in the Pacific Northwest." Final Report to the Bonneville Power Administration, United State Department of Interior. Seattle, Washington.


Jones & Jones. 1975. "Susitna Plan." Alaska District Corps of Engineers. Anchorage, Alaska.


Grant R. Jones. 1975. "Design as Ecogram." College of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington.


Jones & Jones. 1973. "The Nooksack River Plan." Whatcom County Planning Department. Bellingham, Washington.




Jane Amidon. 2007. Grant Jones, Jones & Jones/ILARIS: The Puget Sound Plan. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press.


Clair Enlow. 2006. Living Places: The Architecture and Landscape Architecture of Jones and Jones. Washington, DC: Spacemaker Press.


Krista Schneider. 2003. The Paris-Lexington Road. Washington, DC: Island Press.








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