Hand Architecture, a Springfield Missouri Architecture firm, was established in 2001. Joan Hand has designed homes, residential lofts, restaurants, and offices throughout Southwest Missouri.
The goal of Hand Architecture is to create beautiful, functional architecture with a focus on client satisfaction.
Joan Hand, Architect and Principal of Hand Architecture, has been practicing residential, commercial, and institutional architecture in California, Oregon and Missouri since receiving her Master of Architecture degree from UCLA in 1982. Acting as Project Architect, she has worked on buildings such as: The Moreno Valley Mall (Jerde Partnership, Los Angeles); The Modernization of the Anaheim Convention Center (HNTB, Los Angeles); And the Lewis & Clark College Centers For The Arts and Humanities (THA, Portland, Oregon). Examples of projects designed by Hand Architecture are: Van Gogh's Eeterie; The Renovation of historic 300 and 334 E. Commercial Street Lofts-Restaurants-and Offices; Hosmer King & Royce Law Offices in Springfield and Marshfield; and many residential projects around the Springfield area.