Radix Design is a small architecture firm based in the historic Baker neighborhood of Denver, Colorado.
The word ‘radix’is Latin for a root vegetable - for instance, a carrot or a radish. ‘Radix’ is also used in mathematics for the root or base of a number system. In design, Radix stands for an architecture that is rooted in place, at home in the dirt; simple, elegant, and green.
Radix Design has based its business practices on B-Corp principles to help embed responsible and sustainable practices at every level. We aspire to the principles of the Slow Food movement: Good, Clean, and Fair.
Good: Architecture of quality, beauty, and warmth.
Clean: Architecture which is beneficial and healthy for its inhabitants.
Fair: Architecture which benefits the place around it -- street, neighborhood, land, and people.