Warren Lloyd

Principal, AIA, LEED AP

Featured Project

Logan Canyon House

I have the coolest job of all. I get to work with all of our clients, explore ideas with them and then put together the best team to develop those ideas, discover creative solutions, and express those ideas through architecture.
I’ve enjoyed all our projects but you probably always remember your first. The Logan Canyon house was completed over 20 years ago for a young family building their dream home in the Cache Valley. Both the house and our families have grown up together in many ways.

University of Washington

Master of Architecture

Brigham Young University

Bachelor of Arts

A Little BIt About Me

Warren is the son of an architect who grew up watching stories take shape in buildings. His passion for architecture deepened in the Pacific Northwest seeing the relationship between nature and the built environment.
As a Monbusho scholar at Kobe University in Japan, Warren explored spatial patterns in traditional Japanese architecture. These early experiences informed Warren’s approach to design, and guides a site-specific response to each landscape and the human conditions that shape it.

While in graduate school, Warren interned at The Miller-Hull Partnership and NBBJ in Seattle. After graduating, he worked a few years for noted residential architect Tom Bosworth FAIA.
Since returning to Utah and joining Lloyd Architects as a managing partner and principal in 2000, Warren has developed a design-oriented practice with a diverse staff of young architects. He and his team have built successful residential and commercial projects in mountain settings and urban centers from the Wasatch Front to the Pacific Northwest.
Warren’s commitment to architecture and design are evident in his community service and leadership. He has both served on and chaired the Salt Lake City Historic Landmarks Commission during a critical time for preservation in historic neighborhoods. He has served as a director of AIA Utah,  is currently on the board of directors for the Utah Center for Architecture, and serves as a member of the National Advisory Group for AIA CRAN (American Institute of Architects Custom Residential Architects Network). He is a registered architect in Utah and Washington.

Warren has served several years on the Board of Trustees for the House of Hope in Salt Lake City. In addition to raising his own three children, he and his wife currently serve as foster parents in the Refugee Foster Care Program through Catholic Community Services of Utah.


Warren is a committed husband and father, an intermittent skier and Lotoja cyclist, and he enjoys a good meal with family and friends.


Salt Lake City, Utah