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On location with HGTV and JPDA
posted on Saturday, March 2nd AT 05:14:40 PM

Space was tight in the East Village Studio yesterday afternoon when HGTV brought their film crew in to shoot for their upcoming series "Extreme Small Spaces."  The series will feature our work as well as other innovative small footprint living spaces.  

 

Jordan, Boerum Hill House featured on the latest episode of SpacesTV's 'Digital Architect' program
posted on Saturday, February 23rd AT 02:10:31 PM

See a video tour of the Boerum Hill House as well as an interiew with Jordan in which he talks about the design of the house and the role of digital tools in the process.  

 

Here's a link - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LtpK5_APMM&feature=player_embedded  

 

 

JPDA Honored with "Best of Houzz 2013" Award
posted on Tuesday, January 22nd AT 01:15:38 PM

JPDA has been honored by the Houzz community with a "Best of Houzz 2013" award. That means our work was the most popular among the community of 11 million monthly users. We're thrilled that our work was among the most saved, shared, liked, commented on, and just plain enjoyed of the year. Thanks everyone!

See our profile and people's comments here -
http://www.houzz.com/pro/jpda

 

JPDA's Darrick Borowski to Deliver Talk on Cities, Urban Farming and Algorithmic Design
posted on Wednesday, October 17th AT 04:58:08 PM

JPDA Creative Director, Darrick Borowski, and colleagues from the Architectural Association, London, will be presenting their ongoing research ‘Edible Infrastructures: Emergent Organizational Patterns For a Productive City’ at ACADIA 2012: Synthetic Digital Ecologies this Sunday, Oct 21 at CCA in San Francisco.

Their research, Edible Infrastructures, is an investigation into new modes of urbanism which consider food systems as integral and generative components of a city’s metabolic infrastructure. Using algorithms as design tools they pose the question “What might the city look like if it were organized around the production and distribution of food?”

 

Sneak a Peek Inside JPDA's Boerum Hill House This Weekend
posted on Tuesday, October 2nd AT 11:33:21 PM

JPDA's Boerum Hill House will be open to visitors this weekend as part of Dwell & New York Magazine's City Modern Home Tours. Read more about it and get your tickets here - http://dht.dwell.com/homes/boerum-hill-rowhouse

 

New York Magazine & Dwell feature JPDA's Boerum Hill House in City Modern, Collaborative Special Issue
posted on Friday, September 14th AT 01:59:17 PM

Check the newsstand this week for a special supplement put together jointly by New York Magazine and Dwell (and bundled with both) called City Modern. The issue, puublished in anticipation of AIA NY's Archtober events, features JPDA's Boerum Hill House. If you'd like to see the house first-hand, book your tickets now for the a tour on October 7. The house will be open to visitors as part of City Modern Home Tours (also organized by Dwell and New York Mag).

More details and ticket info here:
http://dht.dwell.com/tours/city-modern-brooklyn-home-tour
http://www.archtober.org/

 

East Village Studio featured on this week's episode of 'Tiny, Eclectic, Amazing Spaces'
posted on Thursday, September 13th AT 05:00:18 PM

JPDA's 'East Village Studio' is featured on this week's episode of 'Tiny, Eclectic, Amazing Spaces', an original program airing weekly on YouTube's home/design channel 'Spaces'. It's well produced and filmed in HD offering a great tour of the space.

Check it out here --> http://youtu.be/6OFsCfi6b18

"An amazingly designed small apartment under 500 sq feet with a huge amount of storage and awesome art - Michael Pozner, former Head of Retail for American Apparel, and his architect Darrick Borowski, from Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (www.jpda.net) re-imagined his tiny space to fit his needs.

 

JPDA is honored to announce our status as an authorized design firm for Harley-Davidson Motor Corp.
posted on Wednesday, August 15th AT 06:44:33 PM

 

JPDA interviewed in response to NYC's contest to design Micro-Unit apartment buildings
posted on Tuesday, July 10th AT 11:59:43 AM

JPDA was interviewed yesterday for a short piece on the city-sponsored competition to design an apartment building of 'micro-units'. Given our history of micro-engineering the smallest of spaces, the micro-unit proposal seems perfectly feasible and reasonable to us. You can bet we'll be involved in the competition, wish us luck and stay tuned for details.

 

JPDA's Stamford Beacons interactive lighting project has been shortlisted for installation by the City of Stamford.
posted on Thursday, May 24th AT 09:37:39 AM

Stamford Beacons, an interactive lighting project designed in collaboration with MOEY INC., has been shortlisted for selection by the City of Stamford.

The project activates the Stamford Transportation Center's existing truss structure with interactive LED lighting. The piece functions as a dynamic digitally controlled lighting installation, reflecting the ever-changing dynamism and creative vibrancy of the city.

The installation is intended as a first phase in an expansive network of site-specific informational signage and interactive displays, creating pathways and destinations throughout Stamford.