Dominic Oliver Budley is an architect, particularly interested in the materials buildings are shaped from and the various ways in which the many parts of a building can fit together. His passionate about research and making, and over the years he’ve undertaken projects in places as diverse as Ghana, Sierra Leone, Japan and the UK. In Sierra Leone I worked with London Metropolitan University to explore the evolution of Freetown, investigating historic timber Krio Board Houses. Dominic were also able to construct furniture with local carpentry apprentices for a nearby school. Last year I spent some time in Japan in the forested area of Hida, exploring traditional Japanese timber houses, Minka. Meeting with local carpenters working in this tradition, He built furniture testing local woods and joinery techniques. Most of the time He’s actually in the UK and have spent several short stints working on experimental build projects here. He’s forever energetic to learn and travel, always looking to experience new things and inspire my own practice.

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