Marc Dizon is a comprehensive, dynamic designer whose applied skill set encompasses architecture, interior design and furnishing. Dizon has created and facilitated the construction of numerous local, domestic, and international projects.

His work and collaboration with notable architect Richard Meier led to his design of the Jubilee Church and the Ara Pacis Museum, both located in Rome, Italy. He then spent four years afterward cultivating his capabilities with architect and artist Coy Howard, which gave Dizon the chance to work on highly customized designs side-by-side with the artisans and fabricators. High-visibility fashion and consumer product retail campaigns followed, with commissions by J. Walter Thompson, Pepsi Co., and R.J. Reynolds. His projects within the hospitality industry are vast, with highlights that include Hakkasan Las Vegas, Revel in Atlantic City, Brooklyn Mirage, Up and Down, Marquee, Output in New York and Aria, Technogym in India along with a number of current developments in Abu Dabi and Dubai.

Dizon’s name builds further with each commission; projects include those with companies such as MGM International, Hakkasan Limited, Cityfox , AMG Group, Caesars-Harrahs Resorts, Vikram Chatwal Hotels, The Butter Group, EMM, The Wright Venue Group Ireland, Aria Hospitality.

The demand for Dizon’s particular aesthetic continues to rise, as well. His designs have been featured in periodicals such as The New York Times Styles, Vogue, Wallpaper*, GQ, Progressive Architecture, and Frame. An ethos of storytelling pervades designs by Dizon. He constructs stories with space to create an environmental narrative where people may insert themselves for a time, whether for a night at a club or restaurant, or permanently, in the case of a residential home. For Dizon, versatility reigns so that a complete and seamless cohesion may emerge with exterior, interior, and experience. The principle of Dizon Collective, he currently resides in New York City.