RADIX DESIGN takes inspiration from  the principles of Slow Food: GOOD, CLEAN, and FAIR.

GOOD: Architecture of quality, beauty, and warmth.

CLEAN: Architecture which is healthy and beneficial for its inhabitants, 

FAIR: Architecture that benefits the place around it - street, neighborhood, city, and land.


Radix was founded in 2016 by Colorado architect Ozi Friedrich.  Ozi's experience includes award-winning projects at scales ranging from a $125,000 carriage-house renovation to an $18-million new-build elementary school.

Radix is currently pursuing B-Corp Certification to help embed responsible and sustainable practices at every level of its architectural practice.



RADIX's Practice:

  • Sustainable design in historic structures
  • Adaptive reuse
  • Creative spaces
  • Library planning & design
  • Educational facilities
  • Small sites & small spaces
  • Indoor/outdoor integration