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The firm was established in 1996 and specializes in residential, commercial, and institutional design. With an emphasis on creative design, we provide large firm quality with small-firm person service. 

We offer a full scope of architectural services, from initial conception to product completion. Our diverse experience includes office buildings, schools, dormitories, childcare, multi-family, retail stores, and private residences. We integrate our strong construction background into our design documents to provide for a smoother construction process. In addition to our design services, we are also able to assist you in the following services: sustainable design, space planning, master planning, ADA accessibility upgrades, code studies, casework & furniture design, feasibility studies, design and construction documents, and facility conditions surveys. 

Since the firms conception, the numerous repeat commissions from major corporations, institutions, and individual clients demonstrate our commitment to serve our clients well and produce quality design.


Founding Principal

Jeffrey A. Fleisher, AIA

Jeffrey grew up in Plainfield, New Jersey and earned his Bachelor of Architecture from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Upon graduation, Jeffrey started working for Garrison Architects, where he honed in on his design and construction skills. This experience allowed him to accept a job at Chapman Taylor Partners in London, England, specializing in residential and commercial design. After moving back to the United States, Jeffrey accepted a job at Ford, Farewell, Mills and Gatsch Architects in Princeton, New Jersey. He founded his own firm in 1996 specializing in residential and commercial design as well as historic preservation. Working all throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania, his experience allows him to take on many varieties of project sizes and styles while also focusing on his clients needs and desires. 


He is a licensed architect in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Jeffrey is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and he has earned Planning and Design awards for his work.

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