Feldman & Feldman Architects, PC was founded by two equally talented and diverse registered architects, David H Feldman and Marjorie Dopart-Feldman, in 1990. What sets Feldman & Feldman apart from their contemporaries is each partner’s ability to provide every client with a multi-disciplined approach to design and construction. Because of their different backgrounds and expertise and through the thoughtful inclusion of the client in the design process, no two projects are ever the same—truly capturing the firm’s mission: making your house a home.
Feldman & Feldman Architects specializes in high-end custom residential home design. However, during its history, Feldman & Feldman has created projects for all categories of construction: commercial, waterfront, educational, religious, professional, food service, hospitality, assisted living, residential developments, residential renovations and additions, commercial renovations and additions, industrial, agricultural, bank/financial, hotels, shopping malls, supermarkets, warehouses, day care centers, automotive, bars and coffee houses, gymnasiums, fire stations, community service, stables and recreational facilities. The firm works with the agencies of Habitat for Humanity, Monmouth Housing Alliance, and FDIC.
Feldman & Feldman Architects launched an Interior Design Division in 2004 that specializes in Residential Interior Design and Commercial Space Planning. With the Architect and Interior Designer working together, a client receives a more complete design package with a better grasp of the project being proposed as well as a more accurate overall project budget.
David and Marjorie are members of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and are currently licensed in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia, Maryland, Vermont, Florida, and Texas. Marjorie is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Feldman & Feldman is LEED certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).
Architecture and Interior Design
Architectural licenses in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Florida, Virginia, Vermont, Texas, Maryland
American Institute of Architects, Member
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, Member