Jennifer Krichels has written about architecture and design for publications including the Financial Times, Architectural Record, Interior Design, The Architect’s Newspaper, Metropolis, MOLD, and Designers & Books.
She is founder of Project 2900, a consultancy that advises architecture and design organizations on magazines, books, digital content, communication strategy, educational events, and design competitions. She is a writer and editor for Superscript and managing editor for Oculus magazine, the publication of the AIA New York. Click here to see a partial list of clients and collaborators.
Based in New York, Jennifer holds a BA with Honors in English Literature and Creative Writing from Dartmouth College. She is a candidate for the MFA in Creative Writing from Stony Brook University and was awarded the 2019 Martell Prize in Creative Writing. Click here to see a full resume.