Dillon Kombumerri is employed by the NSW Government Architects Office. He is a registered architect with 20 years experience and has designed several award winning projects. During this time his work has focused heavily on projects addressing the well documented disadvantages faced by indigenous communities.

Dillon has extensive experience in tutoring and lecturing on a national and international level including speaking at the prestigious Bauhaus School – Dessau, Germany, the Architecture Association in London and the International Centre for Creativity Innovation and Sustainability (ICIS) in Hornbeak, Denmark. He was a taskforce member for the “Which Way” National Indigenous Housing Conference and is currently a sitting member on the Victorian Chapter’s Reconciliation Committee.

Dillon has featured on national radio and television and written articles for several highly regarded professional journals. His design approach is not defined by an architectural style but rather it is inspired by individuality, diversity and honest self-expression.

 


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