We are excited to welcome Jase Owens, our summer intern at our St. Louis design studio. He has only been here a week and is already off to a great start with training and hands on experience learning about our projects from concept through construction. Jase is a rising 5th year student at the University of Kansas where he will join the Studio 804 program in the Fall and earn a Master of Architecture in 2024. Jase is a native of Wentzville, MO.
Not only is Jase passionate about the artistic, academic and technical side of architecture but he also brings to Rosemann a comprehensive skill set and capabilities. He has experience in drafting, model building measuring, supporting the technical research and documentation of projects and working on different aspects of design with the principal architect and design team.
Jase’s portfolio of creative work highlights student living, multifamily and community centers. He is proficient in Revit, Sketchup, Photoshop, In Design, Illustrator, and Bluebeam.
At college, Jase is the community service chair of Krehbiel Scholarship Hall where he orchestrates several events a year. He is also employed as Krehbiel’s Food Board Manager.
Outside of school, Jase is a big movie buff and has a collection of over 150 movies! He enjoys photography, video gaming, cycling, running, and service to his community.
“We are committed to supporting the development of future design leaders and we are excited to see Jase apply his experience and education at Rosemann! We welcome his enthusiasm and look forward to working with him over the next few months,” said Vice President/Studio Director Jarrett Cooper.