Friedrich St.Florian Architects is a full-service architectural and urban design consulting firm headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
Completed projects range from one-family residences to multifamily dwellings, commercial / institutional buildings to monumental works. Master planning and urban design proposals are an integral part of the firm’s repertoire of skills and experiences. FSFA’s work is particularly renowned for its sensitive designs in historic districts such as Bristol, Newport, and Providence in Rhode Island as well as Washington DC.
The winning design for the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, the result of a national competition, is the firm’s most visible work to date. It adds an entirely new type to Washington’s unique memorial landscape. It celebrates the triumph of democracy in the mid 20th century while enriching the lives of those who visit.
Current projects include the The American Farmer's Museum & Education Center in Blissfield, Michigan and The Distribution Center at Randall Farm in North Stonington, Connecticut.
Friedrich St.Florian Architects won numerous design awards for its completed buildings and several prizes in national and international architectural design competitions, including a 2nd prize in the George Pompidou Center Competition in Paris.