Having spent 20 years in Singapore prior to moving to Sydney, Dylan’s passion for design emerged out of an exposure to density and scale in the rapidly developing city-state. An interest in regionalism in architecture has developed a desire to test the conventions of cities, and their relation to landscape and country. Fascinated by the theoretical aspects of architectural profession, Dylan is currently pursuing an Honors Thesis at the University of Sydney.
Aligning to the philosophy that architecture should resonate with the cultural and historical registers of place, Dylan has the belief that the design should seek to be informed by the multiple narratives, past and ongoing, that continue to be lived out and celebrated by those who inhabit and interact with those spaces.
With has interests in photography, film, fashion, and the visual arts, his work reflects a passion for research and forming connections across multiple mediums and reference points.