Noah’s is passionate about integrating a critical understanding of a sites natural and local context as preliminary concept drivers through to final design phases. Using design software’s such as Revit/Dynamo, GIS and Rhino/Grasshopper as computational design tools to create agile design workflows that support the client’s needs.
Noah has developed passive design workflows in particularly to help automate tools to streamline the design process to deliver outcomes on fast paced passive house feasibility studies. He is not only interested in Passive Design from a workflow perspective but also passionate about incorporating sustainable material solutions, exploring not only tried and tested solutions but also pushing the envelope on material approaches.
In his spare time, Noah has won several student design competitions such as 2019 UpScale and the 2021 BackToFutureNAC urban design competition as well as participated in the construction of the Dark Crafts Pavilion for the 2019 Design Canberra festival. All of these experiences have helped Noah develop a highly collaborative work ethic across a broad range of design challenges that cultivate his afore mentioned passions regarding Passive Design and computational design workflows.