Daniel obtained his Part I at Newcastle University in 2017 where he developed a passion for Japanese craft and aesthetics and a hands-on approach to design, using sketches and conceptual models. Graduating with First Class Honours, Daniel’s final project was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal.
Daniel is interested in humanitarian architecture and has produced research on the refugee crisis in Europe, analysing how architecture could serve to revitalise the identity of alienated refugees.
In addition to this, Daniel has worked extensively on intimate, residential projects in London. He has also worked for Weston Williamson + Partners, where he was involved with multiple Crossrail projects, taking on a technical role within the team.
During his time at the LSA, Daniel is working at One Works.