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DXA studio believes that buildings, when well conceived and expertly crafted, can be more than the sum of their materials, positively influencing the way we live our lives. They are capable of shaping the way we feel about ourselves and informing how we interact with others. At larger scales, buildings can change entire communities, bringing forth recognition and serving as catalysts for growth and vitality.
DXA Studio's current work includes mixed-use, residential projects at 7 Harrison and 21-27 Mercer Streets; both landmarked sites. These designs present residents with cleanly-detailed, refined living environments while perceptively enhancing the neighborhood and street experiences. Additionally, construction of a new office headquarters for the Sydell Group is nearing completion and later this summer a complete regeneration of the Highline Ballroom will take place. All projects leverage the firm’s particular adeptness for landmarks, loft board and zoning approvals, and NYC City Planning and Uniform Land Use Review Procedures.
DXA’s partners’ expertise spans an uncommonly broad spectrum of project types including residential, retail, performing arts, academic, civic, commercial, and visual arts and event design. They have lead and worked on projects for large-scale public spaces including the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, neighborhood scale projects like the High Line Building that have become iconic destinations, and sustainable and health-focused housing exemplified by an award-winning project currently under construction in St. Marc, Haiti.
At DXA Studio, a project begins with an open exchange of ideas and collaboration. The client’s program and desires, along with the complexities of the project’s site are used to create a conceptual framework by which an architecture of distinctive identity, clarity, and ingenuity is created.