David Foxe, RA, NCARB, LEED AP


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David M. Foxe is trained in architecture, research, and music. As a registered architect, he has over a decade of experience in all phases of architectural design and digital documentation for new construction, preservation, and transformative renovation projects around the United States and in Singapore. He has published, taught, and lectured widely in the US, UK, and Europe on design and education topics and served as the editorial director and coauthor of the structural design textbook Form and Forces (Wiley, 2009). He holds undergraduate degrees in architecture and music composition from MIT, an M.Arch from MIT, and a research degree from Clare College, Cambridge University as a UK Marshall Scholar. He attended the architecture and music programs at Fontainebleau near Paris; and his orchestral, choral, and chamber music compositions have been written for (and performed in) settings ranging from underground storage vaults to iconic landmarks of modern architecture. David is the president of the New England Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians. Since joining EJA, David has contributed his design, management, and BIM coordination expertise to The Music Center at Indian Hill, The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, and the Salisbury Beach Comfort Station.