Intention is evident 
in every Frederick Tang Architecture project.

Drew Zeiba,
Cultured Magazine

We’re a motley crew of designers coming from different fields – graphic design, product design, furniture design, fashion, illustration, economics, and yes, architecture too – united by a shared vision to create surprising and delightful spaces.

Founded in 2016 by Frederick Tang, the practice takes on a variety of projects including residential renovations, commercial retail spaces, spaces dedicated to art, custom furnishings, and branding. Our work has been published in Architectural Digest, Wallpaper, Cultured, Vogue France, Interior Design. The studio has received numerous distinctions including 2023 Wallpaper USA 300, a guide to the people defining America’s creative landscape, the Cultured Young Architects of 2022 list, and AN Interiors Top 50 Designers.

We practice with the belief that the range of our backgrounds is our shared strength.

Frederick Tang, AIA, LEED AP


Born in Iowa, raised in California, and 20 years a Brooklynite.

Fred is a graduate of Yale College where he studied Economics and Architecture and the Yale School of Architecture. He has taught architecture at Yale School of Architecture, Columbia GSAPP, and since 2012 in the Barnard and Columbia Architecture Department.

He is licensed in the states of New York, California, New Jersey, Illinois, Connecticut, Missouri and Virginia. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects as well as an accredited LEED Professional.

A love of geometry, an irreverant use of vernaculars, drawn to awkward proportions, and a curiosity for what’s coming next.

Barbara Reyes


After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University, she worked at Barneys New York, Martha Stewart Living, and Oprah to name a few. As Creative Director for Condé Nast, she rebranded and led the editorial design and photography direction for Self, creating stories that celebrate and empower women. She joined Frederick Tang Architecture in 2017.

Loves a dichotomy. Sees the big picture but obsesses over the details. Prefers to mix a saccharine color with an acidic one. Believes a modern home needs a vintage piece, adding a layer of history.

Knows all spaces have a story to tell.

The Team


Barbara Reyes
Brent Revis
Cheng Chen
Fiona Mueller
Frederick Tang
Hugo Ho
Isabella Tangherlini
Kelly Oikonomou
Liza Escott
May Tilden
Mathanki Kalapathy
Melissa Braxton
Tim Brennan


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