A RETROSPECTIVE OF THE WORK BY AWARD-WINNING ARCHITECT BRYAN BULLEN
Read as a continuum, volume 1 of this 5-part monograph series tells the story of Grenadian architect, Bryan Bullen’s migration to Canada as a young boy. His personal accounts of travel, academia, and life experiences which have fueled his creativity – before and after repatriation to the Caribbean and his development as he continues to overcome the many challenges faced while practicing architecture on the small ‘unspoiled’ island of Grenada.
Selected works by architect, Bryan Bullen, are recorded in this second volume of the 5-part monograph series. Work that is uncompromisingly contemporary yet respectful grounded in the history, the people and its place. Forging a language that is reflective of its time and aiming to re-brand itself in the context of the post-colonial experience. Showing resilience in a new world order that demands sustainability and the changing of perspectives.