FOX FOX STUDIO is a full service Architecture and Interior studio based in Austin Texas.
WILL FOX, NCARB, RA holds a master's degree in Architecture (M.Arch) from Yale University. He has worked for Bernard Tschumi in Paris, Rojkind Arquitectos in Mexico City, Frank Gehry in Los Angeles, and Michael Hsu in Austin. While at Gehry’s office, he worked on Facebook’s Menlo Park Campus and the Battersea Power Station Development in London, and co-taught a graduate studio at UCLA School of Architecture and Urban Design with Frank Gehry and Craig Webb. Will's experience spans working on mixed use urban developments, office, retail, restaurant and residential projects. Will is currently an adjunct faculty at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture.
Will is a Registered Architect in Texas, Florida, North Carolina, and Georgia
ALICE FOX is the Director of Interiors for Fox Fox Studio. She received a MFA in Design from the University of Texas at Austin. Her work in the creative departments of hospitality groups Bunkhouse, New Waterloo and Sydell Group included creative direction, project management, art commissions and brand partnerships. As Design Buying Director for luxury retailer FortyFiveTen, she curated an assortment of furniture, design objects and printed matter for seven store locations in Dallas, Napa, Miami, Aspen and New York.
Find examples of her work HERE.
BEAU FRAIL, AIA Project Architect
Beau has managed multiple adaptive-reuse projects in downtown urban cores, led public interest design charrettes, and developed outreach programs with cities promoting affordable housing. Beau has served on the Texas Society of Architects (TxA) Board of Directors and on the AIA National Associates Committee. Beau’s civic dedication includes serving as a Design Commissioner for the City of Austin and as a Committee Chair of DesignVoice at AIA Austin and his honors include the 2020 TxA Presidential Citation and the 2018 AIA Austin Honor Award for Community Service. Beau was selected as a Next City Vanguard in 2020, an AIA Design Justice Fellow in 2018, and the Association for Community Design Fellow in 2017. A licensed architect in Texas and Florida, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in architecture from the University of Florida and his Master’s in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. Beau is also passionate about social impact design and advancing justice, equity, and inclusion, including within the LGBTQIA+ community.
BROOKE BURNSIDE Designer
Brooke was born and raised in Nassau, Bahamas. She came to the U.S. in pursuit of a Bachelor of Arts in Film from Vassar College, which was followed by a Master of Arts in Media, Culture, and Communication from New York University and recently, a Master’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin’s School of Architecture. Brooke's work explores geography, position, memory, and the transgressive potential in abstract documentation through drawing, ceramics, collage, and printmaking
THANH LE Design Intern
GERARDO CISNEROS Project Manager
Gerardo earned his degree in architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington and, with each project, works toward becoming a more well-rounded designer. With his playlist set to Masego, Rufus du Sol, and Sturgill Simpson, Gerardo takes on each day with the same passion he provides on design projects. Summers spent in Mexico observing his uncle's studio space were the seeds which created a foundation for an interest in architecture. From designing complex architectural projects to painting portraits, Gerardo's positive energy, collaborative nature, and design sensibility are evident. He enjoys plein-air watercolor or sketching both as a craft and as a way to slow down and stay in tune with the world.
JACOB BURKE, AIA Project Architect
A fourth-generation Texan, Jacob followed his interest in design eastward from the plains to North Carolina where he earned his Master's in Architecture degree from the College of Design at North Carolina State University. Prior to joining FoxFox Studio, Jacob worked as a project architect and designer at Frank Harmon Architect and Vines Architecture. His project experience ranges from the design of chimney swift towers for the Museum of Natural Sciences to the newly transformed Durham County Main Library in Durham, NC. Other notable experience includes rural + urban adaptive reuse projects as well as low-impact, sustainable coastal projects. Jacob is currently an Assistant Professor of Practice at the College of Design at North Carolina State University and a registered architect in North Carolina.