Joshua Zinder, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, is founder and managing partner of Princeton-based firms JZA+D and Landau|Zinder. His firms blend an affinity for traditional materials with a commitment to appropriate design, allowing every project to reflect a sense of purpose, place and context. Joshua Zinder is a Past President of AIA-NJ President and is the recipient of numerous awards including AIA-NJ Architect and Firm of the Year. His active involvement in the Jewish community has included the Princeton Jewish Center Board of Directors; Solomon Schechter Day School of Raritan Valley; the Architecture, Culture & Spirituality Forum (ACFS); and an executive board seat and current board membership position at the Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JFCS).
He has lectured extensively on synagogue and educational space design and is known for his personalized and unique architectural contributions that have enhanced many Jewish institutions. Josh’s work is recognized both locally and internationally for design excellence.
Joshua Zinder is a member of the United States Green Building Council, former AIA/USGBC-LEED Study Group Facilitator, and Adjunct Design Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Josh has also served as Co-Chair of Sustainable Princeton. He studied architecture at Columbia University and Syracuse University, and resides in Princeton, New Jersey with his family.