Mr. Dillon is an author, educator and consultant, integrating new digital technologies into architectural practice. His research maintains architecture’s traditional core as an artistic practice which delivers design excellence as a critical component of successful place-making.
His recent book, Concrete Perception (Crucible Press, 2015), explores the work of sculptor Gordon Matta-Clark as part of an alternate modernism, where architecture and painting overlap and where the plasticity of form positively impacts use and inhabitation.
Parallel projects in development include:
A globally accessible, pop-up, digital gallery showcasing masterworks of the Renaissance
Definitive digital archive of the historic stone bridges of the Napa Valley in California USA
Point Cloud Light – an evaluation of the aims and imperatives of earth artists through developing digital, 3d-scanned, and data-driven culture
Mr. Dillon consults in all areas and scales of architectural design and production: with entrepreneurial, boutique, and international offices, and with residential, commercial, and hospitality clients