Richard Pedranti

Richard Pedranti

Milford, PA, US




Richard Pedranti practices sustainable residential architecture throughout Eastern Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.

Richard earned his Bachelor of Science, Major in Architecture, from Pennsylvania State University in 1987 which included time abroad at the University of Florence in Italy.  Pedranti went on to study at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University selecting it because of its dedication to the doctrines of modern architecture. There he studied under some of the world’s leading modern architects receiving a Masters of Architecture in 1990.

Throughout his early education, Pedranti spent summers working as a framing carpenter and drafting at regional architecture firms including Peter Forbes Associates in Boston which is widely respected for its work in residential modernism.  He has since served as an adjunct professor for architecture design studios at Temple University, Philadelphia University, and New York Institute of Technology.

His work in modern residential architecture has always been influenced by the spectacular natural beauty he experienced growing up in Milford, Pennsylvania.  In the early 2010, Richard became a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) and HERS rater and has multiple Passive House projects completed or in construction. Originally founded in Manhattan’s Meat Packing District, Richard Pedranti Architect is now headquartered in Milford, Pennsylvania home of the Pinchot Institute of Conservation and the birthplace of the American Conservation movement.


Richard Pedranti Architect, Milford, PA, US, President

Jan 1998 - current


Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture

Sep 1987 - Jun 1990