Jordan Rogove
Visiting Professor of Practice

B.Arch., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

B.Arch., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Jordan is a Visiting Professor of Practice at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and co-founder of DXA Studio in New York City.

DXA studio is an award-winning design practice that provides a rare balance of expertly crafted design with technical proficiency.  Believing in the power of architecture to positively influence the lives of all that engage it, DXA focuses on authenticity, sustainability and innovation in all their projects.

Over the course of Jordan’s 20-year career he has completed a tower that straddles Manhattan’s High Line, won design competitions for health-focused housing in Haiti, an arena for the New Jersey Devils and a pedestrian bridge and park in midtown Manhattan, designed and fabricated scenic sets for television and stage, helped realize the Louis Sullivan Award winning historic Carbide & Carbon Building renovation and the AN Best Renovation Project 100 Barclay, and designed and oversaw over twenty high-end residential and commercial projects in New York City.

Jordan is currently working on the 300,000 square foot HAP 8 luxury residential towers in Chelsea, a 27,000 square foot conversion of the Landmarked Mt Pleasant Baptist Church to a mixed-use, residential and community facility building in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, a renovation of a historic Brooklyn brewery, multiple ground-up town houses, a vertical commercial enlargement of landmarked and former studio of Willem deKooning at 831 Broadway, a recently completed 31-unit, 80,000 SF new construction condominium in Brooklyn, a non-profit community development in Zambia, a health-focused community in St Marc, Haiti, and a performance and artist based development in Detroit.