Juke Jose:            I am a spatial designer and artist. I was born and raised in Manila, Philippines. I migrated to the United States through San Francisco, CA and am currently based in Brooklyn, NY.             I operate between an architectural, spatial, and object-oriented practice weaving the ideas of partial and kapwa into my work. The idea of partial, defined as “existing only in part; incomplete represents the beauty of what could be, an application of lightness, softness, and impermanence that hopes to cultivate kapwa, a core indigenous Filipino psychology that is “a recognition of shared identity, an inner self shared with others.” (Enriquez 2004) The framework of partial and kapwa, alongside contextual research and architectural methods reclaim underrepresented and misrepresented narratives.            Through my work, I attempt to deepen the way we understand our interconnectedness to community, culture, place, environment, and history helping us navigate a course of healing to eventually reach a space of care. I intend to harbor one’s interiority through spatial experimentation and assembled installations borrowing from the surrounding environment, domestic and cultural images, spaces, places, and things revealing the value in our history and celebrating the beauty of our living.            I am currently designing independently at Partial. This site was updated June 22, 2024.           About            Contact            Index
Juke Jose 

Born in Manila, Philippines
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and San Francisco, CA.

Academy of Art University, San Francisco. Bachelor of Architecture NAAB Accredited.

2023 – “Time has brought us together,” Dreaming People’s History, Kearny Street Workshop & San Francisco Public Library, SFPL Main Branch, San Francisco, CA
2023 – “Disapppearing Act,” Pyramid Scheme, Bass & Reiner, San Francisco, CA 
2023 – “Until we opened our eyes,” Inaugural Exhibition, Michelle Thomas Fine Art, San Francisco, CA
2022 – “Until we opened our eyes,” APAture: Autonomy, Kearny Street Workshop, San Francisco, CA
2022 – “Time has brought us together,” A Between, Root Division, San Francisco, CA
2021 – “Time has brought us together,” APAture: Embrace, Kearny Street Workshop, San Francisco, CA
2021 – “An Act of Mutual Understanding,” Kapwa in Excelsior, Balay Kreative, San Francisco, CA

2021 – Kapwa in Excelsior Grantee, Balay Kreative, San Francisco, CA

Professional Experience
2021 - Present – Freelance Architectural Designer, Partial, Brooklyn, NY
2021 - 2022 – Architectural Designer, Haddock Studio, San Francisco, CA
2020 - 2021 – Assistant Project Manager (BAHIP), Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, San Francisco, CA
2016 - 2020 – Museum Store Associate, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
2013 - 2016 – Supervisor, Uniqlo USA Union Square, San Francisco, CA

Organizational Work
2020 - 2021 – President, Co-Founder, NOMASAAU, National Organization of Minority Architecture Students - Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA
© 2017 – 2024