Makers of all things, big and small.
Daniel Boesen Nolan | ARBNSW 10636
Daniel Boesen Nolan brings quality into all facets of life. Growing up on land in rural NSW, he was taught to work with the tools and resources available. His ability to work through problems on a physical scale has provided him with a tactile skill that can only be taught through the making and mending of objects.
With published works across multiple disciplines, he sees the real potential in working collaboratively across the bridge that currently divides art and architecture. His works have gone on to win prizes in recognised competitions in their respective fields.
His strongest ability is to be versatile whilst searching for a resolution tailored to each project. He is an advocate of regionalism and its role in sustainable architecture.
His projects range in scale from large to intimately small. It is here he continues to push for an architectural typology that benefits both society and the environment.