Rush Dixon Architects is a solutions-based, contemporary architecture and design firm. For us, a clear understanding of what is being designed, built or re-fashioned is a must, so before we ever put pen to paper we take the necessary time to listen and assess. Results-driven, we design strategically and artfully to create winning solutions that bring value to our clients, whether the goal is a more efficient business, a clearer brand, or a more functional, livable custom residence. We believe that modern design is not found solely in the materials, but rather through the pursuit of better spaces for living and doing business. 

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Founder, Rush Dixon has a Bachelor of Architecture  [1992] and a Master of Science in Building Construction from Virginia Tech [1993] and is a registered Architect in South Carolina. Rush's approach to design is one of contextual references and modern detailing.  In addition to firm projects, he has delivered design efforts for St. Marc's School via the Virginia / Haiti Collaborative after the 2010 earthquake.  Rush is a member of the American Institute of ArchitectsLowcountry Local First, served as a board member for the Mount Pleasant Old Village Historic District Commission and was a speaker at Parliament Charleston's Pecha Kucha 18.  In addition to building design, Rush is also an award-winning product designer and founded Rush3 Product Design Studio in 2010. 

 

Judy Dixon joined Rush Dixon Architects in 2014, has a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech [1993] and is a registered architect in South Carolina. Judy truly believes that "form follows function" and edits designs accordingly.  She is a proud member of Lowcountry Local First, a former member of the Metro Charleston Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, serves on the Mount Pleasant Culture Arts & Pride Commission.

 

 

 

 

Alex Gonzalez earned his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture in 2012 from The University of New Mexico.  Alex Gonzalez relocated to the Charleston area from Albuquerque, NM in October of 2015. He has practiced with several New Mexico Architects since 2010. He has designed buildings in New Mexico, Arizona, California, the Bahamas and Nicaragua. His work for Hermanos Por La Salud, an American NGO, led him to Siuna, Nicaragua where he was the Lead Designer on the regions’ first community hospital. Mr. Gonzalez will begin his Master of Architecture degree from Southern Illinois University in the Fall of 2017. Mr. Gonzalez resides in Hanahan,SC with Ana, his wife of six years. He enjoys traveling, reading, Salsa dancing, designing and working in his wood shop.

 

 

 

Brett Cline earned his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Clemson University in May of 2016.  As a full-time architectural intern, his skills and approach to architecture are a vital part of the studio with concept designs, Building Information Modeling, computer renderings and Construction Documents. A semester studying in Barcelona, Spain gave Brett an application for timeless architecture, making Charleston a desirable city to practice. "I'm driven by meaningful design that doesn't stray from the context surrounding it." 

 

 

 

 

 

Every team needs a mascot and ours is awesome. Mr. Buzz, 11,  rarely misses a day of work where he can be found in the studio napping, looking for treats and howling at sirens along Coleman Blvd.  Having lost his sight recently, he occasionally bumps into things, but remains an inspiring presence in the office.