Joyce is a project architect and designer in BNIM's Kansas City office. She is interested in the relationship of quantitative performance and its qualitative manifestation in architecture, and sees research, analysis, and testing as crucial to questioning each facet of a design and its implementation. This process includes the thoughtful consideration of a building’s performance relative to the integration of systems, while foregrounding architecture’s human-centered experiences. This, she believes, results in richer work that is cohesive from conception to realization.
Joyce is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University and has extensive experience on higher education projects, working for institutions such as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Yale, Harvard, and the University of California at San Diego. Joyce was adjunct faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, teaching third- and fourth-year design studios.
Joyce is currently working on an international U.S. embassy addition.