JDJ Architects Updates Natural Contemporary Look for Irish Dairy Cooperative

Jim Jordan | 08 Jan 2021

Ornua Foods North America, a cooperative representing more than 13,000 dairy processors and farmers in Ireland, has turned once again to JDJ Architects, Chicago, to create a welcoming, natural contemporary look for its U.S. headquarters in Evanston, Illinois.

Inspiring palettes

Ashley Chavez | 28 Oct 2020

Ashley Chavez, Interior Designer at JDJ architects, shares some inspiration palettes. These palettes started as a way to explore and research new products and express our findings in a captivating manner.

Learning to adapt prefabricated/temporary healthcare structures as solutions to meet pandemic needs

Manish Shah | 18 Jun 2020

Manish Shah director of healthcare projects at JDJ Architects shares his findings in prefabricated healthcare structure solutions. His interest in this topic developed earlier in his career, when he worked on the project involving mobile temporary units for imaging equipment like CT, and temporary mobile kitchen projects.

Time to get inspired and embrace the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) spirit.

Wilma Rendon | 08 May 2020

With new challenges come new opportunities. It’s time to get inspired and embrace the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) spirit. JDJ Architects team member Wilma Rendon, WELL AP, promotes the use of the WELL framework in our projects.

Light-filled, contemporary clinic design highlights influential podiatry brand

Jim Jordan | 29 Oct 2019

Designing a headquarters for a rapidly growing network of clinics presented an opportunity for a 54 year-old podiatry practice to highlight a successful and influential brand while providing patients and staff with a light-filled, contemporary space.

Life & work learning at JDJ

Jim Jordan | 03 Jun 2019

After three years, Karisa Vargas leaves JDJ Architects to return to work in architecture in the Dominican Republic. She’s looking forward to having family close by, the beautiful weather and the more leisurely pace of life in the Caribbean.