FXFOWLE Architects, New York Design Studio, Washington DC, NYC Office
FXFOWLE Practice Information
US Architecture Practice – United States Architectural Office
post updated Apr 13, 2021
FXFOWLE Studio Information
FXFOWLE INTERNATIONAL, LLC
FXFOWLE is a thirty-year-old architectural, planning, urban design, interior design firm with offices in New York City and Dubai.
FXFOWLE Architects’ work has garnered international recognition for its design quality, technical innovation, and environmental responsibility.
FXFOWLE’s current select projects include two master plans in the Waterfront by Nakheel; creating a vision concept and master plan for the 212- hectare (524-acre) Central Business District within a 809-hectare (2,000-acre) site near the city of Lucknow, India; the renovation and expansion of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (with Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and A. Epstein & Sons International); India Tower, the tallest and greenest skyscraper in India; one of five teams competing to develop Hudson Yards, New York’s largest brownfield site; Eleven Times Square, a new 111,484-square-meter (1.2 million-square-foot) projected LEED Gold-rated commercial office tower in New York City; a projected LEED Platinum-rated headquarters expansion outside of Philadelphia for SAP Americas, the world’s third-largest independent software provider; a new projected LEED Gold-rated Center for Global Conservation for the Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo in New York.
Founded in 1978, FXFOWLE ARCHITECTS, PC is an award-winning practice based in New York with a representative office in Dubai. The diverse portfolio includes projects of all types and scale located in the US, China, India, Russia and UAE, and has been globally recognized with extensive design accolades and media coverage.
The firm is committed to creating architecture which stimulates and inspires; an architecture that tells the story of place, of institutional and individual aspiration, and of synergy between the natural and built realms.
FXFOWLE employs an interactive, collaborative design process by implementing effective leadership and open communication. This approach establishes a working environment of trust enabling clients to make fully informed decisions during the design process, reach consensus, and move forward with the successful completion of the project.
Through a truly holistic process, FXFOWLE strives to enrich the built environment by creating projects with social, environmental, and aesthetic integrity. Knowledge and understanding of larger community and environmental issues intensifies the meaningfulness of the firm’s work.
FXFOWLE has been designing green buildings for as long as the firm has been in practice. Over the years, the meaning of green architecture and sustainable design has evolved, and FXFOWLE has remained in the forefront of that dialogue. The firm has developed a clear, iterative process that is based on an integrated design approach. The firm continues to develop new paradigms for sustainable environments within a variety of scales and typologies, each cultivated from design expertise and the client’s program and mission.
With 11 principals, 18 associates, and a staff of 175, FXFOWLE is structured around six design studios, which allow us to focus our expertise on a variety of typologies: Commercial / Residential; Cultural / Educational; Interiors; International; Planning / Urban Design; and Transportation. In addition, we have an International Studio which serves the particular needs of our overseas clients. Principals direct each studio and the studios often collaborate to best meet our project’s diverse needs.
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Location: 22 West 19th Street, New York, NY USA 10011
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The Momentary in Bentonville
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