Stephen L. Freyaldenhoven, AIA - NCARB

Each Partner at TFF is intimately involved with each of their projects from the initial contact with the Client to the completion of the projects construction. This structure ensures that the Client’s design needs and the Architect’s design intent are fulfilled. Along with the depth and breadth of knowledge that each partner has in regard to the overall profession, each has an expertise which enhances the environment at TFF.

Steve has a deep commitment to the Triad community, the architectural profession and he truly enjoys the design process. He approaches each project with vision and the commitment to create exceptional environments for the people who will experience them. Steve’s versatility is pronounced in his areas of special expertise; historic restoration and healthcare design. 

education

Bachelor of Architecture, 1987, University of Arkansas, Fay Jones School of Architecture, Fayetteville, Arkansas

Community & proffesional Services Chair, Carolina Theatre Board of Directors, 2008 to present
Downtown Greensboro, Inc. Board of Directors, 2004 – 2007
City of Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission, 1998 – 2002
AIA Piedmont President, Board of Directors, 2000
AIA North Carolina Board of Directors, 2000 Certifications & affiliations American Institute of Architects (AIA)
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Association for Preservation Technology (APT)
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) honors & awards ICOMOS Architectural Fellowship in Great Britain, 1992
Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City,
Stoneyard Institute Program, 1989

Steve’s interest in architecture began early in life with a passion for history and historic buildings. He always knew he wanted to be an architect and he began his formal architectural education with specialized training in historic preservation.

sfrey@tffarchitects.com

Steve’s interest in architecture began early in life with a passion for history and historic buildings. He always knew he wanted to be an architect and he began his formal architectural education with specialized training in historic preservation.