Dan Dodds works as freeelance architectural designer and artist, and is currently studying on the Master of Architecture [ MArch | RIBA Part II ] program at the University of Westminster. In the past year he has been part of Diploma Studio 10, working with tutors Toby Burgess and Arthur Mani on themes relating to developing architecture by combining analogue experiments with digital tools.
Prior to this, he worked as a Part I Architectural Assistant at Walters and Cohen Architects in North London. While there, he worked on a a variety of projects broadly within the education sector including: a masterplan for an International School in Spain, secondary schools in London and Coventry, and award winning primary schools in East London. Work varied from RIBA stages A-G.
He graduated in 2009 with BSc Hons Architecture from The Bartlett [UCL, London], and his thesis project for a ‘Nose to Tail Complex‘ in the City of London was awarded a commendation in the 2010 RIBA Forgotten Spaces competition. Other theoretical projects undertaken while studying the BSc included an extension to the Natural History Museum in Lubeck, a installation/performance of a portable cheese-making machine, and a Teaching Farm linked to a Deaf-Blind School. Many of the projects focused on raising awareness of environmental issues linked to food production and waste. His dissertation explored another area of interest: visual and multi-sensory perception of the built environment.
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