Wyatt Armstrong is a designer and maker whose work combines interests in forestry, wellbeing, technology and craft. With a background in timber framing, Wyatt has professional experience in a variety of design disciplines including furniture, lighting, wayfinding and architecture. His expertise blends a knowledge of traditional woodworking, computational design, and digital fabrication.
Wyatt holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Architectural Association and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University. During his time as a student he led the construction of an experimental woodland cabin for the the Architectural Association’s rural campus in Hooke Park. This project involved an in-depth study of material science, focused on timber, and explored the use of scripting for design automation, 3D scanning and robotic fabrication. At Brook McIlroy, current projects include the Amphitheatre and Gardens Master Plan for Saugeen First Nation and the Learning Centre for Lac des Milles Lacs First Nation.