Mitesh Dixit
Assistant Professor

M.Arch, Washington University, St. Louis; B.S. Political Science and Philosophy, DePaul University

Mitesh Dixit is an architect, educator, and noted public speaker with wide interest in the intersection of design with government policy, society, and culture. Previously, Dixit was on the faculty of TU Delft in the Netherlands as a visiting professor of architecture and urbanism. There, he also served as editor for the Chair of Complex Projects and helped to develop curriculum. Throughout 2016, Mitesh lectured internationally, conducted workshops and seminars on behalf of the US Department of State speaker program.

In 2012, Dixit founded DOMAIN Office, an architecture and urbanism studio based in Belgrade, Serbia and Syracuse, New York.  The firm works internationally on projects ranging from graphic design, residential, public buildings, and masterplans. DOMAIN operates within the contemporary art realm and has collaborated with artists such as Wim Wenders, Armin Linke, Vincent de Rijk, Ari Versluis (Exactitudes) and Antonio Lopez Garcia, as well as curators including Chris Dercon and Julio Vaquero.  Its work has been presented at the Venice Architectural Biennale (2014), Franc Centre Museum in Orleans, France (2014), and MIPIM Conference in Canes, France (2014), The National University of Singapore (2012), the Inaugural Chicago Architectural Biennale (2015), and STRAND’s 5th International Conference ‘ON Architecture’ in Belgrade, Serbia (2017). DOMAIN has been in numerous publications including Domus, Metropolis and Wallpaper.

After completing undergraduate and graduate work in politics and philosophy, Dixit completed the master of architecture from the Washington University in St. Louis and then began his career at the San Francisco office of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. Prior to DOMAIN, Dixit worked with Rem Koolhaas’ Office for Metropolitan Architecture as a project leader. While at OMA, Dixit led multiple international projects, such as the MahaNaKhon Tower in Bangkok, Holland Green in London, East Block 30 in Cairo, and the Kuala Lumpur Financial District in Malaysia.