studioMDA is a multidisciplinary architecture and design firm, based in New York and founded in 2002 by Markus Dochantschi. studioMDA has worked extensively across the United States (including: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Ohio, Vermont, Alaska, and Florida), and internationally in countries such as Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Ireland, Germany, Peru, Chile, Cambodia, The Democratic Republic of Congo and Malawi.
studioMDA’s work includes high-end and affordable residential, cultural, commercial, institutional, mixed-use, and architectural design competitions. Throughout the last sixteen years, the studio has designed and built over a dozen art galleries and over one hundred art booths and exhibitions. Working extensively with renowned art collectors, artists and galleries studioMDA has created both innovative and provocative gallery and exhibition spaces.
studioMDA works at multiple scales, from product design to urban planning, and collaborates with a wide range of arts, engineers and construction professionals from the very beginning of each project. Within this context, the developed design language can become layered into micro and macro scales, balancing from the smallest detail to the urban fabric.
Currently, the office is expanding its portfolio of cultural projects with the Faurschou Foundation in Brooklyn, the new Andrew Kreps Gallery in Tribeca, and a private art museum in Thailand.