Dylan Woock is an artist and designer currently living in Portland OR. He attended the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts earning his Bachelors degree in Architecture. While attending the University of Oregon he studied abroad in Vancouver BC at
Emily Carr School of Art and Design and has worked In Berlin Germany at Barkow Leibinger Architekten. Back home in Oregon he has worked for Skylab Architecture in Portland Oregon and Fieldwork Design and Architecture also located in Portland Oregon. Dylan's training and experience includes skills in Architecture, Fabrication, Photography, Computer Modeling and Graphics. He has contributed to several projects both built and currently under construction.
Dylan has a great interest in the natural world and it’s influences on contemporary design.
Phone/Email: 541.410.0868 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Description/Materials: NTHWST is a bold statement piece. Hang it on your wall and show your love for the Pacific
NTHWST. In the background you will find intricate topography lines taken from mountains,
valleys, and plateaus from around the Northwest.
• 12x18, 24x36 available upon request.
• Paper- Archival Bond Paper Matte Finish
• Ink- Archival inks Professionally Printed.
Description/Materials: Dual Stool is inspired by simple geometries and Japanese joinery, the Dual Stool functions both
as a small stool and a side table. Using dual planes an internal cavity allows you to store items
out of the way.
• 14 W x 12 D x 21 H
• White Oak
• Osmo wax finish