REID Architecture PLLC is a full-service architecture practice that focuses on a range of cultural, institutional, and commercial projects. Through a focus on light, material, and site, REID creates sensitive interventions that enhance the human experience of place and provides solutions with both new and existing structures.
Reid Freeman AIA is the founding principal of REID Architecture and has over 25 years of experience in the field. His practice places high value on his relationship and close collaboration with both clients and consultants alike. His past work experiences include six years as the founding principal of Architecture Operations D.P.C., eight years with James Carpenter Design Associates (JCDA), and eight years at Architecture Research Office (ARO) in New York City. At ARO he served as the project architect for significant award winning project collaborations with international firms such as Rem Koolhaas/OMA, Herzog and de Meuron. Prior to his time at ARO, Reid worked for Peter Eisenman and Audrey Matlock.
Reid’s work is framed by his extensive teaching experience. He is currently a part time professor in the Master of Architecture programs at Pratt Institute's GAUD and The New School’s Parsons School of Design. Reid has taught classes in design and construction at the Royal Danish Design Academy, Princeton University, Harvard University, and Tulane. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University, a Masters of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and is licensed to practice architecture in the states of New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Texas, Washington State, and Massachusetts. In addition to his practice, Reid is also a published architectural photographer with work appearing in Detail, AA Files, Daidalos, Architectural Record, Architecture, and A+U.