Bob Dinwiddy (Harlow England, 27 November 1970) first graduated in Brighton, England and later in Amsterdam, the Netherlands both at bachelor level. He graduated under the supervision of Jeroen Geurst end Herman de Koval with the thesis Between Borders, an inner-city asylum-seekers centre. The urbanity of this work resulted in a collaboration with the Westlandse Zoom, together with his architectural work. Recently, his freelance concept work for Netherlands Water Partnership has been exhibited by the Netherlands in Ho Chi Minh City.
Bob has an international view on matters with an eye for detail. With his background in commercial architecture aimed at realisation, he brings a wealth of practical experience on board. His origins are that of a draftsman and Bob has an idiosyncratic sketch-like drawing style, a fusion of marker on sketch-block and a variety of digital drafting applications. His designs are graphic and technical yet social.