An Experienced Religious Architect For All Faiths

The religious community has turned to ArchiFuture time and time again to design and build new construction or retrofit existing buildings. The key to the company’s success among a variety of faith-based institutions has been trust and a portfolio of projects that is second to none. The firm has designed and built numerous Synagogues, two Church projects for the St. Joan of Arc Church in Sloatsburg and Sacred Heart Church in Suffern and most recently successfully completed a Mosque for the Islamic Center of Rockland County in Valley Cottage. The company has been working in the Hassidic community for nearly three decades in Orthodox communities in the New York metro area. For example, the company has come to learn the requirements necessary to design a proper Mikvah, a mechanical moving roof for Sukkat, and a Kosher kitchen, skills few architectural and design firms have mastered. ArchiFuture works with religious leaders to make sure that the design is sensitive to the denomination’s needs and is built to serve their respective congregations for years to come.