Alan J. Lindenfeld founded his New York City architecture and design practice in 1979.
Previously he worked for several firms in the city as both an urban designer and architect,
including as the in-house architect for the New York branch of Didier Aaron (French antiques gallery).

A graduate of Cornell University College of Architecture in 1971, Mr. Lindenfeld has developed a working method that ensures the seamless integration between interior design and the architectural 'envelope.'
His many years of experience have taught him that it is necessary to bridge the two disciplines in order to produce a quality interior where the architectural and decorative elements are harmonious, correct, and consistent.

Alan J. Lindenfeld Architecture & Interiors provides a full range of design service to an international clientele. His extensive knowledge of the history of decorative arts and architecture informs his work which translates into a highly specific design for each client and project. While most of his work is in the New York area, Mr. Lindenfeld has completed projects across the country as well as in Europe. Current work includes projects in the US Virgin Islands, Washington, D.C., Maine, and New York.