Our designs are rooted in the beauty of the site and in the experience of place.
JOBE CORRAL ARCHITECTS specializes in the design of well detailed and highly crafted structures using authentic materials. We work with the knowledge that a great project springs from a deep understanding of the site, a respectful and transparent relationship with our clients, and a full comprehension of the program. Paying close attention to these factors, and to how our clients actually live and use a space, informs our process and allows us to create a unique concept for every project. Construction quality is paramount in every Jobe Corral project, and a strong contractor-team collaboration is integral to the overall process, resulting in structures that are built to last. Jobe Corral Architects is 100% women-owned-and-operated and based in central Austin.
Camille Jobe, AIA, has practiced architecture for over 25 years, and her experience ranges from commercial and educational spaces, to hospitality and lifestyle projects.
A native Texan, Camille’s awareness of architecture came early in her life, having grown up in a house designed by a great architect. Her formal journey to the drawing board began at Texas A&M, where she received her degree in Environmental Design, and later at The University of California at Berkeley where she earned a Master’s Degree in Architecture. Her training in San Francisco influenced Camille’s mature eye for design and keen understanding for how complex and challenging ideas can be built.
Camille is a registered architect in Texas and an active leader in the community, including Leadership Austin, The Junior League of Austin, and The Austin Rowing Club. Currently she is serving as the 2020 Treasurer for the AIA Austin chapter. Outside the office, Camille is an avid cook, enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, and rowing on Ladybird Lake with her crew.
Ada Corral grew up in Puerto Rico where she began her architecture studies. She graduated with high honors and received a Bachelor of Architecture from The University of Texas at Austin. Ada is a registered architect in the state of Texas since 2005, and received the 2018 Austin Under 40 award for the category of Architecture, Engineering and Construction. In addition to practicing architecture, Ada has held teaching positions at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture and at Austin Community College. A natural leader who was brought up to value service, Ada works professionally and personally to improve the quality of life and the built environment in Austin. She is an alumnus of Leadership Austin’s Emerge program, serves on the Ballet Austin Board of Directors, and is a member of the City of Austin Board of Adjustment. She loves spending time outdoors with her husband and three kids, and her favorite things to do are read and dance ballet.
Sarah Hafley is an accomplished designer and registered architect. She has practiced architecture since earning her master’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin 2011 and has worked for Jobe Corral Architects since its founding in 2014. Sarah brings a wide range of experience in many project types from large scale master planning to single-family residences. She strives to create beautiful spaces and positive professional relationships in all of her work. In her personal life, Sarah has a lifelong passion for art and literature. Her educational background includes earning a BA in literature from DePauw University and spending time abroad. Sarah works remotely from her hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. She is happiest spending time with her husband and their two sons, seeing live music, eating good food, and playing the piano.
Kevin holds a Bachelor in Environmental Design from Texas A&M University where he pursued his interests in design, urban planning and photography. A native of Houston, Kevin relocated to Austin in 2005 to begin his career in residential architecture. He has over a decade of experience designing and managing award winning projects throughout Central Texas. Kevin joined Jobe Corral Architects in the summer of 2019.
Kevin’s experience has taught him the importance of developing and fostering client relationships so that we, as a team, can achieve the results that we are all striving for. He believes in architecture as a representation of the client’s personality and that the success of a project is dependent upon our role as active listeners and problem solvers. Outside of the office, Kevin and his family can be found socializing with their friends. Most likely wrangling our kids at a park or on the patio of a local brewery.
Kevin Keating was raised in Beaumont Texas and graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2016. He joined Jobe Corral Architects with a goal of working on high quality projects with well executed detailing and thoughtful design at all scales. He enjoys the variety of projects that come through the office. He likes digging into topics and will happily follow a rabbit hole wherever it goes, whether it be old fireplaces or ceramic tile production. Outside of work, he likes working on whatever projects interest him as well as playing music with his friends and family, and wandering around in the woods with his dog.
Lena Page is a recent graduate with her Master’s Degree from The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture. Lena was first introduced to architectural drafting through her high school art teacher in Anchorage, Alaska, where she was raised. She went on to receive her undergraduate degree in Economics from Whitman College in Washington State and spent several years working odd jobs and traveling before finally deciding to pursue her higher education in Architecture. While studying at The University of Texas, Lena gained a passion for environmental and community-improving design that promotes happiness for all. She is excited to contribute these interests to and continue learning from the team at Jobe Corral Architects. When out of the office, Lena enjoys trying new recipes and exploring Austin with her dog, Leeroy.
Ada Ray has a PhD in Statistics from North Carolina State University at Raleigh. She worked for 30 years as a professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the University of Puerto Rico. Ada was born in Cuba and raised in Puerto Rico; she moved to Austin in 2010 to be closer to family. Now retired she enjoys taking care of her grandkids and working part time to keep her brain active. Ada is a computer and electronics enthusiast, employing her skills in the office as well as a hobby. In her free time, you can find her building intricate Lego sets or exercising to stay active and healthy.