My name is Connor Janzen. I am a native Kansan turned Coloradan, and work as an architectural designer, non-profit co-founder and freelance web developer.

In my home life, I am also a musician, gamer and writer. I am concerned with human ideologies and meaning, in addition to striving for thoughtfulness in my own pursuits.

I have created a professional background in numerous matters of web presence via social media, website creation and consulting.

I possess a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas, and am concerned with the creation of meaningful human space and effective social equity therein.

I am the Chief of Operations for the Open World Cause, which embodies my true passion as a humanitarian.

Though my site used to list my phone number, I’m a bit weary of the spam phone calls that come as a result. Please know that I am always available via e-mail to receive your inquiries.

Please navigate to my contact page to start our conversation. There you may choose to e-mail me directly, or use the available form.

 

Featured Articles

Theoretical Responsibility and Social Equity in Architecture

Abstract The agency of change in the world around us is a product of an ever-growing, globalized mentality about how our communities, cultures, ideologies and…

What is a City? – Center for Design Research

I recently participated in the creation of multiple grant applications for the University of Kansas’ Center for Design Research. My graduate research has entailed, at…

Theorizing Vernacular Architecture in Malaysia

Co-written with Sean Brungardt ARCH 600 – Theorizing Vernacular Architecture Instruction from Dr. Kapila Silva In Southeast Asia, culture and architecture have a unique connection…

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Featured Project

This five-track sojourn into the history and spectral landscape of eastern Kansas, as conceived by the collaboration of two musicians, was inspired by the bloody events of the Marais des Cygnes Massacre. From Ashes Beneath was written, recorded and produced from July of 2015 to August of 2017.

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We released this album for free and could use your support. Name your price when you buy the album, or share it with a friend!

You can also listen on Spotify by clicking here.