Will Holman is a designer from Towson, Maryland. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in architecture in 2007. After graduation, he lived and worked for a year at an experimental design/build community in Arizona, Arcosanti. In 2008, he moved back to Baltimore and worked at LukeWorks, a custom cabinetry and concrete countertop shop. Following a decade-long interest in the work of the Rural Studio, in Newbern, Alabama, he applied to be a 2009-2010 Outreach Studio Fellow. There, in a team of three, he designed and built 20K House 9.0, part of an on-going research project into affordable housing in the Rural South. Continuing his work with low-income rural populations, he then spent a year teaching at a GED and job-training program for youth, YouthBuild, in Greensboro, AL.

Will's work has been featured widely on the web and in print, including a recent article on Design Observer. He now lives in Chicago, IL, and is available for custom commissions and freelance design work.

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