Braude Pankiewicz Architects focuses on contemporary residential and small commercial projects.
Talia Braude and Philip Pankiewicz hold Masters degrees from MIT and Columbia University respectively and worked in various architectural practices in New York City and internationally before meeting and establishing BParc in 2005.
The Insider: Architects Turn Dire South Slope 13-Footer Into Tidy, Light-Filled Rental Property
The nightmares of shoddy paneling and dropped acoustical tile ceilings weren't the only problems in the interior of the South Slope row h... Read More
The Insider: Prospect Heights Prewar Apartment Revamped With Bold Color
There's nothing like a yellow kitchen to brighten one's mood, regardless of the weather. This one, in a spacious prewar apartment on East... Read More
The Insider: Exposed Beams Add Loft-Like Character to Townhouse Reno in Sunset Park
While renovating the owners' duplex in a three-story townhouse, architects Talia Braude and Philip Pankiewicz of South Slope-based Braude... Read More
The Insider: Crown Heights Homeowner Opts for Two Sleek Apartments in Lieu of Duplex
Brooklyn row houses are nothing if not versatile. Built a century or more ago, mostly as single-family residences, today's owners are rec... Read More
The Insider: Architects Mix Old and New in Bow-Fronted PLG Limestone in “Rough Shape”
This three-story, one-family limestone with its curved facade has come quite a ways from the "rough shape" it was in when a couple of Bro... Read More
How to Hire an Architect in 5 Steps
Whether to use an architect is one of the first questions homeowners about to renovate face. It can typically add 15 percent or more on t... Read More