Diane Kaufman Fredette is an American architect and professor who lives and works in New York City. The breadth of Ms. Fredette's diverse skills are reflected in her projects, which range from Historic Preservation, University, Office and Health Care design projects, to Integrity Monitoring and LEED Consulting work, to teaching and administration. She is an advocate of lifelong learning and a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Diane Kaufman Fredette was born in Ohio. She earned three degrees in architecture from universities in Ohio and New York. Her architectural studies have included semesters abroad in England and Italy.
Ms. Fredette holds licenses to practice architecture in New York and Ohio.
Student of Architecture, History and English, Summer Term - Oxford University, Oxford, England;
Bachelor of Science in Architecture - The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio;
Student of Architecture, Spring Term - Ohio-Italy Program, Genoa and Rome, Italy;
Master of Architecture - The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio;
Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design - Columbia University, New York, New York;
Registered Architect - Ohio and New York;
Certified Architect - National Council Architectural Registration Boards, NCARB.
Project Coordinator - Karlsberger & Associates, Inc.
Project Manager + Associate - Bohm-NBBJ, Inc.;
Sole Practitioner - Diane Kaufman Fredette, Architect;
Project Architect + Project Manager - Perkins Eastman Architects, New York, New York;
Partner - Fredette Architects, PLLC, New York, New York.
Adjunct Faculty - Kent State University, School of Architecture and Environmental Design, Kent, Ohio;
Lecturer teaching 2nd year design studio - The Ohio State University, School of Architecture, Columbus, Ohio;
Chairperson - Pratt Institute, Construction Management and Facilities Management Department, New York, New York;
Professor - Pratt Institute, School of Architecture, Construction Management and Facilities Management Department, New York, New York.
Spouse Russell John Fredette.