The Freelon Group’s projects stretch across state, nation
Durham architect Phil Freelon ’75 and his firm, The Freelon Group, are featured in the upcoming issue of NC State magazine.
The Freelon Group’s imprints are seen on streets in North Carolina and in skylines across the United States. Its latest project is the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, which will occupy one of the last open spots on the National Mall. And the firm is also designing the new Gregg Museum of Art & Design at NC State.
Freelon’s projects blend function with contemporary style to leave memorable structures that do more than just stand idle. Featuring specific historical and unique motifs, they tell stories and engage their visitors for an experience.
Below is a list of his projects. Click on the link to view each project.
Central Regional Hospital
Stone Center, UNC-Chapel Hill
Durham County Library, North and South locations
Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Durham County Human Services Building
Durham Solid Waste Operation Facility
Student Services Building, Durham Technical Community College
Ridley Student Center, Elizabeth City State University
Museum of the African Diaspora