Safdie Architects is pleased to welcome David Foxe to rejoin Safdie Architects after seven years. With a strong passion for performing arts centers and cultural projects, David is experienced at leading the design and construction of arts and cultural facilities in timber, steel, and concrete.
A registered architect, he is knowledgeable in all phases of architectural design and digital documentation. Most recently, David was an Associate and Project Manager at Epstein Joslin Architects (EJA) leading performing arts projects from California to Maine. His work at EJA included the onsite coordination of the recently opened Groton Hill Music Center, a hybrid mass timber project in Groton, Massachusetts.
While previously with Safdie Architects he was an instrumental member of the design team for Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore. In addition to project work, David has published, taught, and lectured widely in the United States and Europe. Notably, he served as the President of the New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians from 2014 to 2020, and the editorial Director and co-author of the structural design textbook Form and Forces (Wiley, 2009). David holds a Master of Architecture from MIT, a research degree (M.Phil.) from Clare College, Cambridge University as a UK Marshall Scholar, and undergraduate degrees in architecture and music composition from MIT.
“I enjoyed the amazing results our team was able to achieve on Jewel Changi Airport and other works in Singapore. I am very glad to have rejoined the many previous and new team members at SA, and I look forward to our upcoming projects domestically and abroad.”
David Foxe, RA, NCARB, LEED AP