Master of Architecture, Tulane University, 2012

Bachelor of Architecture, Tulane University, 2011


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Dixon Jelich knows the importance of planning. He believes initial code and zoning review is integral to the successful start of any project -- particularly adaptive reuse. Dixon has built relationships with numerous state and national agencies as well as departments within New Orleans City Hall such as HDLC, VCC, Zoning, Downtown Development, District, Parks and Parkways, and the Departments of Property Management and Public Works. The results from this belief speak for themselves. Dixon has worked on residential projects like the condos of 1031 Orleans Avenue, institutional projects such as the Blood Center at 2609 Canal Street, and commercial projects like the Aveda Paris Parker Salon, of which the client believed a new precedent had been set for upscale salon design. This emphasis on planning extends to Dixon’s constant client engagement and efforts to keep the client informed throughout the process. With his extensive planning and use of client input, Dixon believes his adaptive reuse work helps revive blighted properties and improve the aesthetic and property value of New Orleans neighborhoods.




Recent projects: 

  • Aveda - New Orleans, LA

  • Astor Crowne Plaza Renovations - New Orleans, LA

  • 822 N Rampart St. - New Orleans, LA

  • Blood Center - New Orleans, LA

  • 210 Decatur St. - New Orleans, LA

  • 336 Camp St. - New Orleans, LA