Jason Tipold joined Silman in 2007. In his role as a Senior Associate and the co-manager of a studio, he oversees both new construction and renovation projects of all scales. A few current projects of his include the Princeton University Art Museum and 100 Flatbush Avenue, a full-block development in downtown Brooklyn with two mixed-use towers and a new school.
A few of Jason’s notable completed projects include 189 Montague Street, two new 20-story residential towers with a common podium in downtown Brooklyn, NY; Hotel Indigo LES, a new 25-story hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a new performing arts center for TheatreSquared in Fayetteville, AR; the Wythe Hotel, an adaptive reuse of an industrial building in Brooklyn, NY; a new adaptive reuse theater space for St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY; the AIDS Memorial Pavilion in Greenwich Village, New York, NY; Roxy Paine’s One Hundred Foot Line; and several installations in the US and abroad for the Brooklyn-based sculptor Tom Fruin.
In addition to his passion for tall buildings and architecture, Jason also enjoys playing golf and playing guitar and drums. He has also participated in architecture school critiques for Columbia, the Pratt Institute School of Architecture, and the Parsons School of Design.