It is a great honor to learn that our founder, Frederick A. Muhlenberg, FAIA, will...
Located on the northeast corner of Penn and Sixth Streets, Penn Square Center was the first of several new office buildings to be built in center city Reading between 1977 and 1987. For nearly ten years...Read more
I was recently reminded that I have been a member of the staff at Muhlenberg Greene Architects for 25 years.Read more
How Did That Happen So Fast?I guess it...
Sprouting from our discussion of the intertwined past of the Muhlenberg Family, we occasionally stumble across references to the Muhlenberg family in nationwide publications. Our friend Donna recently handed us an article from the April...Read more
This year marks Larry’s 55th Anniversary with Muhlenberg Greene Architects, and 50 years as a Principal. I started to research Larry’s story and came upon a bio (or “epistle” as he referred to it) that...Read more
As we close out our 95th anniversary year it seemed appropriate at this time to write about our traditional holiday greeting cards. We take great pride in this old-time ritual because it is our way...Read more
After a successful interview with the firm of Muhlenberg Greene Veres, I was hired, on a “temporary basis”, to work through the summer of 1970 with the intent of returning to my alma mater to...Read more
In our beginnings, Frederick Muhlenberg designed a wide variety of building structures, and the office was very busy during the 1920s. The projects listed below are only a sample of projects in our archive from...Read more
Dec 4, 2014 I recently had the pleasure of answering some questions on the field of Architecture from a student of a local high school. As part of his senior research project, he had several questions...Read more