Francis C. Klein & Associates, Architects

The firm of Francis C. Klein and Associates has over forty years of experience, with projects ranging from brownstone renovations to house additions, city parks to pool houses, primarily in the greater New York area. His architectural services include feasibility studies, site selection, cost analysis, planning, and building design. Klein is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a licensed architect and planner in the State of New Jersey. He is also LEED® certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) by the U.S. Green Building Council.

Registered Architect

New York
New Jersey
South Carolina


Yale University
School of Architecture
M. Arch.

Harvard University
B. A. magna cum laude


Design Excellence in the
Built Environment,
New Jersey Society of Architects

Contemporary Design in the Victorian Spirit,
Victorian Society of America

Our Story

Prior to forming his own firm, Klein worked as an architect for the New York office of I.M. Pei and Partners. At Pei, he helped to design the Augusta Civic Center and the Indiana University Museum of Fine Arts. He also worked for James S. Polshek and Partners, where his design for the Rochester Convention Center won a First Award from Progressive Architecture. While working as a project manager for William M. Bodouva and Associates, he contributed to plans for the Garden State Plaza mall, Bloomingdale’s, J. C. Penney, Newark Airport, Stewart Airport, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and Journal Square Plaza. In addition, Klein has taught architecture at Yale University.

The work of Francis C. Klein and Associates has been featured in The New York Times, House Beautiful, Family Circle’s Decorating and Remodeling, Parents Magazine, New Jersey Monthly, the Newark Star Ledger, Old House Journal, Period Homes Showhouses, and At Home With Books.

Recent press coverage can be found here.