About Anawan/101

Anawan/101 has experience working on new, ground-up buildings and specialty interiors from the initial design phase through completed construction.  Project types vary from primary and higher education to healthcare, high-end retail, hospitality, residential interiors, multi-family housing buildings, office buildings, public memorials, art exhibitions, and public parks. The projects are located across the world in places like the United States, Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. They range in size from the small (700 square feet) to the very large (2,000,000 square feet) with budgets from $50,000 to $500,000,000.

Anawan/101 believes great projects involve real collaboration with our clients as well as the consultants and builders. We strive to not only deliver exactly what the client needs, but to go further and deliver what they truly desire.  We work by asking questions, listening, researching, and finding solutions tailored specifically to our client's ultimate goals. 

We pride ourselves on working closely with our design consultants as well as the people charged with building our work. In simple terms, what we do is a true team effort between our designers, the builders, and most importantly our clients.


Jeremiah Joseph, Anawan/101 Principal

Jeremiah Joseph has been in the field of architecture for over 20 years and has worked on numerous projects from design through construction. He received his Masters in Architecture at Yale University and obtained a Professional Undergraduate degree in Architecture at the University of Kentucky, including time studying at the Helsinki University of Technology.  He has worked previously with the offices of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Asymptote Architecture, REX Architecture, and TannerHecht Architecture.

Mr. Joseph has been a visiting critic at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, University of California Berkeley College of Architecture, Pratt Institute School of Architecture, University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Architecture, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and City College of New York School of Architecture. His work has been exhibited at the Beijing Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture, and the Center for Architecture in New York.  Many of the projects he has worked on (High Line Park, Yas Marina Hotel, Icon Condominiums) have been published internationally and received numerous awards.