Abrams, Harold
Ain, Gregory
Alexander, Robert E.
Anderson, Guy
Antelline, Jon P.
Applebaum, Norm
Batter-Kay Associates
Beadle, Alfred
Beckett, Welton
Benedict, Hiram Hudson
Bird, Fujimoto & Fish
Bonini, Vincent
Brownell, J. Herbert
Buff, Straub and Hensman
Campbell, Donald
Cody, William F.
Crane, Loch
Dammann, Bruce
Davis, Ronald K.
Decker, Arthur
Delawie, Homer
Des Lauriers, Robert
Drake, Gordon
Eckel, George
Eggers, Henry
Ellwood, Craig
Ferris, Robert
Fickett, Edward
Forester, Russell
Fowble, Robert
French, Stanley J.
Frey, Albert
Gill, Irving
Goldberg, Bertrand
Goldman, Donald
Gordon, Kenneth & Robert
Grossman, Greta
Hagadone, Walter
Harris, Harwell Hamilton
Henderson, John
Hester, Henry
Hope, Frank
Hufbauer, Clyde
Hubbell, James
Jones, A. Quincy
Jones, Robert E.
Kahn, Louis
Kellogg, Dick
Kellogg, Kendrick Bangs
Kesling, William
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Krisel, William
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Lareau, Richard
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Liebhardt, Frederick
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Mitchell, Delmar
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Robert E. Jones
(b.1930 – d. 1991)

Robert E. “Bob” Jones was born in Lawton, Oklahoma in 1930. Following his graduation from high school in Los Angeles, he graduated from USC's School of Architecture in 1955. Prior to graduation, Robert won first place in the Illuminating Engineers Design Competition. Jones' first architecture license was granted in 1959.

In part, working as an associate for Deems-Martin, Associates early on established a foundation for his design work throughout San Diego. Joining the cadre of progressive architects in San Diego, Jones would become quickly recognized for his Case Study House inspired buildings around San Diego. According to one family member, he may have been involved in some capacity with Ed Killingsworth’s La Jolla Case Study Triad.

Between several partnerships, and a stint in Ward Deems' office (circa 1960-61), Bob Jones would, on his own, design a number of residential and commercial projects including his own office and three homes for his family. During the early 1960s, Jones partnered with Henry Hester on a number of distinguished projects including their Horizon Home design and Bob’s first home for his family on Balboa Avenue in Del Mar.

Of Jones Residence #1, one of his children recently remarked, “The house was pretty miraculous [as] it was built on a bad lot… [and] he didn't remove any of the trees because most were…old Torrey Pines, so he designed the house around them. John Lloyd Wright went down to the Building Review meeting [with Bob] to defend the design.” Jones hired local building contractor Herb Turner to build the cantilevered structure overlooking Bill Lewis’ (of Deems-Lewis) residence. Joe Yamada, San Diego’s top landscape architect of the era, designed the house’s surroundings as he did for other Jones projects.

Following his work with Hester, Jones and Associates (1962-64), Jones would launch Robert E. Jones, Architect (1964-67). In 1967 he would form the firm of Robert E. Jones & Edwin K. Hom. The partnership was dissolved in the mid-70's along with Jones’ first marriage. In the 1980s Jones worked with Frank Hope’s firm as well as Tucson landscape architect Guy Greene.

Following Jones & Hom, according to daughter Brigette Jones, Robert joined in partnership with Iwao Koizumi (Koizumi-Jones) just north of San Diego. Among many projects, some of the highlights were built in Japan. Towards the end of his career, he also enjoyed short stints with Frank L. Hope (working on a project in Saudi Arabia) and Guy Greene a landscape architect from Tucson. Following the dissolution of these partnerships, Bob ran his own practice Robert E. Jones, Architect until he passed away.

According to son, Brent Jones, "...he was probably best known for his innovative urban planning ideas in the 60's. He introduced 0-lot line housing which maximized land use and encouraged outdoor living space."

Following James Britton's death, Del Mar resident Peter Kaye hired Jones as the San Diego Union's architecture critic - a short, yet fruitful assignment.

At the time of his passing Robert E. Jones was survived by his second wife Elizabeth, daughter Brigette and son Brent.

Partial List of Projects

Bahl Patio Homes (1972)
Sunnyvale, CA
Designed by Jones & Hom
*Published in Home Building July, 1972

Bardoccos Residence (1974)
493 West Ocean View Avenue, Del Mar
*Photographed by Julius Shulman

Club Circle (1965)
3134 Club Circle East, Borrego Springs, CA

Bruck Residence

Bruck, Clarence Residence (1965)
3202 Rue Adrian, La Jolla
*AIA San Diego - Award of Honor (1966)

Busch Residence

Busch, Max L. Residence (1963)
2412 Ocean Front, Del Mar
Designed by Jones & Hom
*Recieved a First Honor Award

Calabasas Park Lakeview Homes (1968)
Los Angeles County, CA

Casitas Capistrano (circa 1970s)
San Juan Capistrano, CA

Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints (circa 1970s)

Colony Park Homes (1967)
Westlake Village, CA
“Successful walled-lot subdivision” for Harlan Lee by Jones and Hom

Ciudad Capistrano (1967)
San Juan Capistrano

Condominiums (ca. 1970s)
1250 Cave Street, La Jolla

Dormitories (circa 1980s)
Designed by Jones and Manuel Rosen
UC San Diego

Harbor, Hunt Residence (1967)
*Received an AIA Award of Merit

Horizon Home, Hester & Jones (1963)
Photograph by Julius Shulman

Horizon Home Contest Winner (1963)
2608 Angel Avenue, University City

Huntington Beach (1967)
“Successful walled-lot subdivision” for Deane Brothers by Jones and Hom

Johnson Residence (circa early 1960s)
Del Mar

Jones, Robert E. Residence #1 (1962)
2041 Balboa, Del Mar
Designed by Hester, Jones and Associates
Award of Excellence, AIA San Diego Chapter (1962)
Built by Herb Turner

Jones Residence #2 (1973)
1997 Zapo, Del Mar

Library (circa 1960s)
Possibly Galbraith Hall alongside Deems Lewis
UC San Diego

Office Building (1974)
1245 Roslyn Lane, La Jolla

San Carlos Fire Station

San Carlos Fire Station (1963-64)
6565 Cowles Mt. Road
A radical departure from fire station design, this purist post and beam design with glass infill forces the fire engines to appear as shop-window mannequins on display. Fire Station is still being used as originally intended.

Stroll, Avrum & Mary Residence (1969)
1750 Valdes Drive, La Jolla

Sunnyvale Mercantile Built House (1969)
*recieved an Award of Merit