Daniel was drawn to the LSA because of its unique relationship to the city and how it connects practice and study with different spaces in London. Daniel’s research as part of the school’s Soho project revealed an opportunity to use redundant spaces in the city, as a result he has been involved in finding and securing a studio space for the school in the centre of Soho on a rent-free basis.
He has previously studied at Greenwich University where he gained a first class degree and won the architecture cardboard medal award 2008, PLB award in 2011, and outstanding achievement in environmental design 2011 for his final year project.
Dan has worked in various practices and in different fields. Interested in collaboration and participation within architecture, he has run workshops in collective design and building across Europe. His interest in engaging different people in these processes has led him in 2014 to set up The Field: a community project space in New Cross, south London in 2014.
Daniel has been teaching as a first year design tutor at London Southbank University 2014-2015. He is currently on his placement at aLL Design Worldwide.