Dylan Pero is a devoted architectural designer and artist, driven by a passion for sustainable design and addressing the challenges of climate change. His work has been recognized within the architectural and artistic community, including multiple features in Architect Magazine and exhibitions at Lite-Haus Galerie in Berlin.
As a designer, Dylan holds a Master of Architecture degree from the School of Architecture at Taliesin, and a Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan. With a focus on creating affordable, sustainable housing solutions, Dylan brings a unique perspective to his practice. His graduate thesis project, 'Sonoran Desert Shelter, exemplifies his resourcefulness by utilizing salvaged biomass to foster cohabitations between humans and wildlife.
Throughout his career, Dylan has gained valuable experience working with leading architectural firms, including Sauerbruch Hutton Architects in Berlin, where he excelled in architectural renderings, facade development, and interior detailing. His contributions to various projects and competitions demonstrate his ability to navigate complex design challenges and integrate diverse disciplines seamlessly.
With a strong commitment to sustainability and an in-depth understanding of the intricate relationship between architecture and the environment, Dylan Pero continues to push boundaries and shape the future of the built environment. His ability to merge architectural and artistic theory to create practical design solutions positions him as an emerging talent in the industry.