Eugene Soler graduated from BSc. Architecture (merit) in 1999 and B.Architecture (Hon. Class I) in 2003 at the University of Newcastle, Australia. During his studies, he has received international scholarships at the University of Technology, Lae, Papua New Guinea in 1999 and at the University of Technology, Lund, Sweden 2002. He was awarded a scholarship to participate at the Glenn Murcutt Master Class 2002 (Pritzker Prize Laureate) then undertook a study trip to Japan where he became and apprentice for a Japanese architect in Nara while learning the art of Ikebana.


In 2004-06, he worked for a distinguished Sydney based architect Tzannes Associates working on residential projects. In 2007, he received an invitation to participate in an internship program for Kengo Kuma in Tokyo and developed projects at conceptual level as well being part of the architecture discourse in the practice. In 2008, he worked for a small firm in London where he finished his first built project as the Project Architect for Newstead Children’s Centre north of London.


In 2009 he became the recipient of the 44th Central Glass International Design Competition, which is one of the most prestigious design competition in Japan with Judges such as Kengo Kuma and Toyo Ito. In 2010, he participated in the Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio in which he collaborated with various design disciplines and became a visiting judge in the consecutive years.


He is currently working on experimental spaces using recycled materials where the people themselves becomes part of the process in creating the space.


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