William Reue is a registered architect in New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Before establishing his own firm, he worked at Steven Harris Architects and Deborah Berke & Partners in New York City and Booth-Hansen in Chicago.

William Reue has twenty years of experience in the design and construction of high-end residential and commercial projects. He has managed the restoration of a number of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, most notably the award-winning Hotel Fauchere in Milford, Pennsylvania.

William Reue taught design and drawing at the National University of Science and Technology in Zimbabwe as the university established the first school of architecture in the history of the country. He is currently working with the non-profit Growing Up Africa on the design and construction of the Devland SOWETO Education Campus in South Africa.

William Reue is a painter and photographer. He often collaborates with other artists on independent art-inspired projects, such as the dance video collaboration entitled ELEVATIONS – A Ballet Exploration of Architectural Space. In his spare time you will find him wandering New York City with a cup of coffee and his sketchbook in hand.

William Reue Architecture is an award-winning design firm recognized for its innovative projects that marry creativity and pragmatism. The firm’s portfolio of work includes the renovation of brownstones and townhouses, apartments, and commercial spaces in New York City and throughout the northeast United States.

The firm’s design process is highly tailored to the specific needs of each project.  The firm’s work is classic, never trendy, yet always firmly grounded in its time, place and circumstance.  Resources are used responsibly, and every effort is made to integrate sustainable building practices into each project.  The firm’s work has been recognized by the AIA and published in Architectural Record, World Architecture CHINA, Elle Décor, and The Wall Street Journal.