Dillon is an Architectural Designer at DSK. He received his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Arizona with a focus on sustainable systems and design philosophy. His philosophy considers architecture as an interactive solution embedded in social, economic, and ecological systems. It is Dillon’s conviction that this design approach allows architecture to respond specifically to its context and emerge authentically, enhancing the character of a place.
Dillon’s past work includes buildshops and research lab renovation projects for institutional clients such as Northeastern University and MIT. At DSK, Dillon is designing a mixed-use environment for Millbrook Tarry in Concord and a range of New England residential homes. These projects benefit from Dillon’s concerted effort to engage a rich dialogue with clients to realize a shared vision.
Dillon is passionate and committed to improving society by engaging communities in the design process and reflecting on the relationship of people to their environment. When not in the office, you’ll likely see Dillon on the trail, in a museum, or buried in a book, as he is an avid naturalist and is insatiably curious about people, cultures, and ideas.