Manhattan, NY According to DXA studio, Thom Freeman has joined the firm as senior architect and technical director. Freeman comes to DXA with more over 20 years of professional experience ranging from the design of single-family homes, numerous schools, a country club, and the renovation of an $880 million historic residential building. Most recently he designed 888 Main St. on Roosevelt Island and Park Towers in Brooklyn.
Freeman has taught first- and second-year design studios and introductory construction at Brookdale Community College (BCC). He has been a guest critic at Drexel University, NJIT, and Pratt Institute. Freeman also served on BCC’s Architecture and Interior Design Advisory Board and the Board of Trustees for his local AIA chapter.
“I am thrilled to be joining DXA studio. The firm is as at the forefront of innovative and sustainable design in contemporary architecture,” said Freeman. “I look forward to the creative design projects we will soon be bringing to life for the firm’s roster of outstanding clients.”
“We are pleased to have Thom join us in what is already proving to be a challenging yet expansive year of new and exciting projects DXA studio,” said Jordan Rogove, partner and co-founder of DXA studio. “His extensive experience in the technical aspects of the profession will be a true asset to the skill-set of the studio and to our projects as we ultimately see them come to reality on site.”