Jonathan Kirschenfeld, AIA

Education Princeton University; Master of Architecture, 1981
Thesis: "Tent and Tabernacle in America: A New Religious Center for Ocean Grove, New Jersey."
Oberlin College; B.A. 1976
Graduated with Highest Honors
Professional Experience Jonathan Kirschenfeld, PC, 1999-present N.Y., N.Y.
Principal: Institutional, Commercial, Residential Projects
Architrope 1987-1998 N.Y., N.Y.
Partner: Institutional, Commercial, Residential Projects
Aldo Rossi / Studio di Archittetura 1996-1997 N.Y., N.Y.
Design Collaborator / Holtzman Residence
Alveritt Associates 1984-1986 N.Y., N.Y.
Senior Associate / Job Captain for large renovations
Aldo Rossi / Gianni Bragheri 1983, 1977 Milan, Italy
Models and presentation drawings for major urban projects
Lee Harris Pomeroy and Assoc. 1981-1982 N.Y., N.Y.
Design and working drawings for HBO Television Center
Oberlin Dance Collective 1976
Set Designer
Teaching Experience Columbia University
Fall 1999 Adjunct Professor
University of Bologna: Facoltà di Aldo Rossi (Cesena)
Fall 2012-Spring 2013 Visiting Professor
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Fall 1998 Adjunct Professor
Fall 1993 Adjunct Professor
Pratt Institute
Spring 1992 Visiting Professor
Catholic University
Summer 1987 Studio Critic
Princeton University 1980-1981
Courses: Teaching assistant - Sophomore Studio
Teaching assistant - Junior Independent Studio
Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Cooper Union, University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University, Bennington College, University of Arkansas, Arizona State University
Publications: Media Architectural Design: Pavilions, Pop-Ups and Parasols /Andrea Kahn May-June 2015
Architettura 47. Typologies of Social Engagement September 2013
Architectural Record/Sheltering The World March 2013
Il GiornaleDell'Architettura Spring 2013
AD Profile:Sustaining Identity December 2012
Domus October 2012
Deutsche-Welle/ Documentary/ April 2012
Bauwelt/Affordable New York (Feature Article) /Grahame Shane February 2012
New York Times/ Front Page Arts Section /Michael Kimmelman (NY Times Architecture critic) November 2011
Architecture Magazine (on-line) September 2011
Architect’s Newspaper; Comment April 2011
AD (review of Sustaining Identity) February 2010
WCBS-TV/ Interview July 2009
Casabella 772/773 October 2008
New York Times June 2008
NPR June 2008
Daily News June 2008
New York Sun June 2007 & May 2008
Architectural Record 2007
NPR 2007
Time Out New York 2007
New York Post June & July 2007
New York Times June & July 2007
Hoy 2007
Metro 2007
New York Magazine 2007
Dwell Magazine June 2007
Metropolitan Home May 2007
NY1 2006
Fox 5 News at 5 October 2006
Good Day New York October 2006
New York Times October 2006
New York Post October 2006
The Daily News 2006
Architectural Record 2006
The Architect's Newspaper November 2005
New York Times / Metro Section March 2005
Oculus Summer 2002
New York Archives (Feature) Summer 2002
New York Magazine (Feature) June 2001
New York Observer May 2001
New York Times / Metro Section December 2000
New York Times / Sunday November 2000
Garten + Landschaft, February 2000
New York Times / Sunday July 1999
New American House II, Whitney Publishers 1998
New American Houses, Archivolto Publishers 1998
Designer / Builder (feature) Summer 1997
Oberlin Alumni Magazine (feature) Fall 1996
Brooklyn Bridge Magazine September 1996
Architectural Record January 1996
New York Times / Sunday September 1995
New York Times Magazine September 1993
Architecture January 1993, February 1992
Casa Vogue November 1992
Progressive Architecture August 1992
Metropolis June, September 1991
Ottagono Feature Articles, Issue #86 (cover), Issue #90, 1987-88
Lectures AIA Housing Lecture Supportive Housing: Buildings Rebuilding Lives; April 2015
Architekturmuseum der Technischen Universität München (TUM) Architecture Week/Panel Presentation: “Density”; March 2014
Typologies of Social Engagement, Architettura 47 Cesena, Italy, September 2013
Enterprise Institute: AHDLI Opening Night Panel; July 2012
AIA Housing Lecture 'Big House Small City' June 2012
U. of Cesena 'Architectures of Social Engagement' 2011
Making Room/Japan Society 'The Pleasures of Density' 2011
University of Arkansas 'Recent Work' 2011
Pratt Institute 'Typologies of Social Engagement' 2011
The Architectural League 'The Floating Swimming Pool' 2010
New Jersey Institute of Technology 'New SRO Prototypes' 2010
RIBA/Arup 'Peripatetic Infrastructure' 2009
Awards, Exhibitions, Competitions Exhibition / Typologies of Social Engagement, Architettura 47 Cesena, Italy, September 2013
Making Room Exhibition: Museum of the City of New York January 2013
adAPT Competition/RFP October 2012
Exhibition / 0,00156 Acres "Single Room Occupancy". New Typologies Brooklyn, N.Y., 2011
Building Brooklyn Award (Affordable Housing) July 2011
International Design Award 2009
Architecture Biennale/ American Pavilion 2008
Building Brooklyn Award (Pool) 2008
Masterwork Award/MAS 2008
Award of Excellence/ Waterfront Center 2007
Cooper-Hewitt Peoples' Choice Award/ Runner-up 2007
Building Brooklyn Award (Marcy) 2005
NYAIA Housing Design Award 2005
Exhibition/ MWA Waterfront Conference, May 2002, September 2000
Mid-Career Rome Prize (first Alternate) 1999
Exhibition / Municipal Art Society, NYC (Featured Project) October 1999
NYC Art Commission Award for Excellence 1996, 1993
Exhibition / 100 Years of Public Building, NYC September 1995
NYC / AIA Distinguished Architecture Award 1991
Premio Internazionali di Archittura Andrea Palladio Finalist 1991
CNP Insurance Building Competition Anger France, 1990 (with LeClerc-Duisipin) First Place and Commission
The Princeton Journal "Ritual", Winner, Esquisse Competition, 1983
Student Drawing Show S.O.M. Chicago, IL., 1980
New York State Council on the Arts Grant for Installation at P.S. 1, Long Island City N.Y., 1978
Licensing New York State License # 19053-1
Personal Born: Killeen Texas
Fluent in Italian