Pierre-Christian D. Frye, AIA
President & Principal Architect
Christian is the Founder and Principal Architect of PCDF Architecture (PCDFA), a leading architectural firm in Greenwich, Connecticut, 45 minutes North of New York City in the United States. Since its founding in 2009, PCDFA has grown into a thriving design practice offering high-end residential and commercial architecture, master planning, interior design and project management services throughout the United States. PCDFA was commissioned in late 2012 to provide the conceptual design for a new high rise resort hotel with condominiums and full amenities for the 2018 Olympic Games in South Korea.
Christian honed his career working with leading firms Perkins Eastman Architects and Gensler in New York City and Roger Ferris + Partners and Richard Bergmann Architects in Westport and New Canaan Connecticut respectively. He also worked with three leading Architectural firms specializing in large commercial and university projects in Sydney and Melbourne Australia.
The experience Christian gained while working in these diverse spheres provides him with the knowledge and expertise to launch PCDF Architecture and fully utilizes his talents while providing clients a fresh design approach and unmatched style.
Christian is a licensed Architect in Connecticut and Vermont. He is nationally certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). He earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from The University of Arizona School of Architecture in Tucson and completed his pre-professional year at Syracuse University.
Christian is fluent in English and Norwegian. He has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada and Europe visiting Norway, France, Belgium, Spain, Italy and Portugal. He has also traveled to Australia, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.