Freelon has died at the age of 66. He worked tirelessly to make architecture more diverse and inclusive—and designed some of the most influential American architecture of the 21st century.


Phil Freelon, the renowned architect behind the National Museum of African American History and Culture and many other influential projects, has died. The NorthStar Church of the Arts, the arts and spirituality space that Freelon co-founded with his wife, jazz singer Nnenna Freelon, confirmed his death in a post on Facebook. He was 66.


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