Joy Davidson, AIA, Arch.D

Principal & Historical Architect

“Architecture is the biggest unwritten document of history”

- Daniel Libeskind

jd@masonarch.com
Recognition

Honoree, 2019

Women Who Mean Business Award

Board of Trustees, Secretary, 2017- Present

Historic Hawaii Foundation

Vice President, 2013-2016

Association of Preservation Technology, HI/Pacific Islands Chapter

Secretary, 2009-2011

American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter

Historic Resources Committee Chair, 2009-2011

American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter

Director, 2007-2010

American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter

Qualifications

Registered Architect, State of Hawaii, AR10174

Meets Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Historical Architect

Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2002

Architecture Doctorate, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2002

Bachelor of Science, Florida State University, 1989

Experience

Joy has been with MASON since 2002.

Joy knows that sustainability starts with preservation and adaptive use of our existing building stock. She enjoys researching a building’s history and examining existing conditions to create updated solutions; allowing the building to remain a vital part of its evolving community. She focuses on preservation plans, design guidelines, and historic structures reports for both residential and non-residential historic buildings, especially the unique building types on military installations. 

Joy believes that buildings have personalities, they can be old and cranky or have a sense of humor, but they all have stories to be shared.

Affiliations:

  • American Institute of Architects
  • Historic Hawaii Foundation, Board of Trustees
  • Diamond Head State Monument Foundation
  • Diamond Head Citizen’s Advisory Council

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