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Raymond Jones (architect) was born on 18 July, 1925 in Australia, is an architect. Discover Raymond Jones (architect)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 97 years old?

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Age 97 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 18 July 1925
Birthday 18 July
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Date of death 22 September 2022
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Nationality Australia

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Jones was still practicing as an architect as of 2011 and had no interest in quitting, instead focusing on projects of interest.


This relationship between space and environmental design culminates in his development of the Tetrakit system. Working in the cyclonic areas of north-western Australia in the aftermath of Cyclone Tracy in 1974, Jones with the help of structural engineer George Katieva, devised prefabricated kit homes. Constructed of prefabricated frames and panels, the Tetrakit kit home would resist the strong wind pressures during a cyclone. Roofs and walls inclined at 15 degrees balanced the cyclonic winds loads placed on the building.


From 1966 to 1967, Jones practiced in partnership with Montague Grant, going by the name “Jones Grant Architects”.


Jones moved to Western Australia in 1953 and began his own practice in Perth. During the 1950s he had an increased number of staff, ranging from young architects and students, which included; Wallace Greenham, Walter Hunter, Robert Hart, Ken Yewers, and Michael Patroni.


Upon completion of his architectural degree in 1951, Jones worked for Melbourne architectural firm, Yuncken, Freeman Brothers, Griffiths & Simpson (now known as Yuncken Freeman). At the same time, he became part of the design team that won a competition to design an Olympic stadium in Carlton, Victoria, as well as housing for the new town of Eildon, Victoria, which had been constructed to support the construction of Lake Eildon.


In 1946, Jones began his architectural studies at the University of Melbourne, and was taught by Robin Boyd, Roy Grounds, John Mockridge, and Frederick Romberg. He took a particular interest in the works of Boyd, particularly in relation to Boyd’s ideas of spatial continuity between building and landscape, as well as his environmental design philosophy.

During his studies, Jones played Australian rules football for Collingwood and Melbourne from 1946 to 1949. In 1953, he later played in a premiership with the South Fremantle Football Club.


From 1943 to 1945, Jones joined the Royal Australian Navy, and was aboard the cruiser HMAS Australia during the Philippines Campaign.


Raymond Alfredo Daniel Jones (18 July 1925 – 22 September 2022) was an Australian Modernist architect. His work includes many building types, including residential, ecclesiastical, educational, commercial, and prefabricated kit buildings.

Raymond Jones was born in Geelong, Victoria, Australia on 18 July 1925.