Gertrude Ederle Recreation Center
Belmont Freeman Architects (BFA) is a New York City firm that creates timeless, modern spaces where people live, learn, gather, and work. Founded in 1986, the practice provides elegant design solutions to complex functional, technical, and contextual challenges.
Practicing across academic, civic/cultural, commercial, and residential sectors, BFA has built in North America, Europe, and Asia. Expert in the sustainable practice of historic preservation and restoration, the firm embraces environmental responsibility as essential to architecture.
BFA’s work has received awards from multiple American Institute of Architecture chapters and the American Society of Interior Designers, as well as the Historic District Council (NYC) and other groups for its outstanding design, preservation, and renovation projects. The firm is certified by New York City and State as a Minority Business Enterprise (Hispanic).