Jason H. Wright, Assoc. AIA

partner | designer | fabricator

Architecture is not unlike a crossroads, an intersection where the human experience and the built environment coalesce. I feel my purpose is to provide people with the appropriate direction and guidance so as to successfully navigate this convergence. Over the years I have been exposed to many different project types, and I believe this experience allows me to guide clients down a productive path.

Shortly after graduating from the University of Arkansas School Architecture in 2004, I moved to Estes Park, Colorado where I built small local projects. During this time I experimented with metal fabrication and eventually moved to Kansas City, Missouri and took a job at el dorado inc. (affectionately known as eldo). At eldo I was taught, “if you design it, you build it and you install it, then good will come.” This intense level of involvement instilled a high degree of accountability and work ethic, as well as a level of quality control that can be measured by eldo’s numerous awards and publications. Shortly after my 3 years at eldo, I moved to another award winning, Kansas City, Missouri based architecture firm, sfs architecture, inc. At sfs, I was able to gain experience managing projects of varying scales.

Chris, Josh, and I kept in contact during my time away from Fayetteville. We had always tossed around the idea of joining forces and anxiously waited for the right time, eventually our schedules where such that a move was justified and we took advantage of the opportunity. Modus Studio is an exciting, energetic and productive firm and I look forward to bringing these qualities to every project we take on.