Evan Oxland

2010 winner


Evan Oxland travelled to Japan to research the history and vernacular techniques and traditions of Anoh dry stone masons. He consulted and worked with the Awata family who are possibly the worlds remaining practitioners of monumental dry stone walls. The Anoh style has been used for hundreds of years to create structures like castle walls and are both structural and earthquake resistant. Evan holds a degree from the College of the Humanities at Carleton University in Canada and is finishing a Masters in Garden History at the University of Bristol.




Evan Oxland




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