Jason Selley’s passion for high-performance design is the reason he is an important part of the Indigo Republic team. Jason is the co-founder and director of design for WORKSHOP-HI’s multi-disciplinary think-tank. Previously, he served as a designer for WCIT Architecture and Architects Hawaii.
As past president and member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Hawaii Chapter, Jason provided design leadership on two of Oahu’s largest projects targeting Living Building Challenge certification. He has also coordinated multiple net zero water/net positive energy master plans. In 2013, Jason received the AIA Design Award for the Eulu Net Zero Energy Portable Classroom project as well as the Barack Obama Presidential Volunteer Service Award for providing and facilitating more than 2000 hours towards sustainable community design projects in collaboration with the UH School of Architecture and local nonprofit partners.
Jason Selley’s experience also includes serving as assistant professor at the UH School of Architecture, a member and volunteer of the Historic Hawaii Foundation, and as an associate member of AIA. His LEED AP BD+C credentials translate into expertise in the design and construction phases of green buildings, serving the commercial, residential, education and healthcare sectors.
A graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Architecture degree, Jason resides in Honolulu.