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Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture

Regions Served

  • New York City & Mid-Atlantic
  • United Kingdom
  • Chicago & Midwest
  • Texas & Southwest

Services Offered

Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (JPDA) designs unique living spaces tailored to the individual needs, desires and aspirations of our clients.

Our residential work includes projects within a wide range of budgets, including new construction, house additions, brownstone guts and co-op/condo renovations.

We offer a turnkey service, starting with initial walkthroughs of prospective homes, and encompassing feasibility studies, space planning, furniture and fixture selection, board approvals, and construction administration.

Because we understand how difficult the construction process can be, we provide efficient project management which helps clients to compress the build-out period and minimize their carrying costs.

Eco-friendly choices are seamlessly integrated throughout each stage, including material and finish selection, building systems design, construction sequencing, and in-house LEED administration.

We work with clients to create timeless modern classics that maximize both livability and resale value.

Every project is thoughtfully designed and managed to ensure the greatest return in beauty, efficiency, and comfort.

Please contact us to learn more about how we can help you create your ideal home.


East Village Studio: East Village StudioEconomy, functionality and privacy were the primary drivers in the design of this sixth floor home office studio.Meticulously detailed millwork provides ample storage, making this small-footprint apartment extremely efficient.A bedroom loft creates space for a roomy walk-in closet below, while stair risers conceal a series of built-in drawers. Every inch of the space has been effectively exploited. Photo: Frank Oudeman

East Village Studio: Sun Filled Live Work Space Photo: Sean Karns

Sunset Park Townhouse: Sunset Park TownhouseReflecting its transitional South Brooklyn neighborhood surroundings, this derelict two-family townhouse charmed with an eclectic mosaic of original details peeking out through layers of quirky patchwork and decay.JPDA developed a design sensibility juxtaposing renovation, restoration and modern insertions alongside isolated moments of a preserved "texture of decay." The history of the house would be foregrounded in the combination of old, new, gritty and polished. Photo: Sean Karns

Sunset Park Townhouse: The open kitchen and dining area juxtaposes new cabinetry and tiles with restored woodwork details and parquet flooring. Photo: Sean Karns

Sunset Park Townhouse: New suspended cabinetry and the artist's own work are hung in front of a "preserved" wall stripped of years of paint. Photo: Sean Karns

Boerum Hill House: Boerum Hill HouseUnrenovated since the 1940’s, this derelict row house was rebuilt and re-imagined as a light-filled container for art and living.The two-family structure was gutted, preserving only the front façade, side walls, and the roof. Floating floor plates were then arranged to create an openness between spaces, and to allow natural light to penetrate throughout the house. Photo: Frank Oudeman

Boerum Hill House Photo: Frank Oudeman

Boerum Hill House Photo: Frank Oudeman

Boerum Hill House Photo: Frank Oudeman

Millburn Dutch Colonial: Millburn Dutch ColonialThis modest 1920's Dutch Colonial had seen very little work since the Carter administration. A complete renovation to accomodate the client's young family would include a modern kitchen, reworking bedrooms, finishing the basement, and adding space for additional bathrooms, a family room and study. Photo: Sean Karns



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