George Freedman has joined PTW.
Arriving in Australia in 1969, Freedman was despatched by New York-based Knoll International to design the Executive Offices and Board accommodation for the Bank of New South Wales, now Westpac, at the recommendation of the then Peddle Thorp & Walker.
In the ensuing years, Freedman has built a profile, with an impressive portfolio of work across a number of sectors. New York born Freedman studied architecture at Syracuse University.
His work in New York in the early 60s with Kahn & Jacobs Architects included interiors for the American Airlines passenger terminal at John F Kennedy Airport, formerly Idlewild Airport.
In 1971, with Neville Marsh, he established Marsh Freedman Associates. The practice took the name Freedman Rembel in 2002.