Dk Osseo-Asare

Dk Osseo-Asare is a co-founder with Quilian Riano of DSGN AGNC, an activist design think-tank, and is a principal of Low Design Office, an architecture studio that foregrounds low-cost, low-carbon building. His research recouples form-making with the social dimensions of the global environment, siting sustainability between technology and geopolitics. He received a Bachelor’s in Engineering Design and a Master of Architecture, both from Harvard University, where he chaired the student group Social Change and Activism. He previously worked for the architecture office MOS and has presented his work at the Royal Institute of British Architects, Harvard Graduate School of Design, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell and the Kokrobitey Institute.