Daniel combines a clear vision with a huge knowledge of structural steelwork, both in terms of design and feasibility. On Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport he pushed us to another level in terms of architectural structural steel. His lead focused the whole team on successfully delivering a challenging structural concept.
Nuno Neves, Bysteel
Daniel joined Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in 1996 for two years. Having completed his post graduate studies he returned in 2000, was made an associate in 2004 and an associate partner in 2016.He has been at the practice for over 17 years. He has been involved in a range of projects at all stages from feasibility to post-contract including airports, residential, offices and public buildings.
Over the last decade or so his principal project involvements have been as site representative on both Paddington Waterside and The National Assembly for Wales. He was senior architect responsible for the cladding and steel structure of the north core of The Leadenhall Building and as the senior architect responsible for steel and the concrete structural frame on Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport. All of these projects have reached construction stage. Daniel has also been involved in a number of projects at earlier stages including NEO Bankside and Riverlight, both of which are residential projects in London and The Port Authority Bus Terminal Tower in New York.
In recent years Daniel has been involved in teaching post-graduate students at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL where he has been a practice tutor and crit juror for the 4th year Design Realisation module. Daniel is also a Trustee of The Art Academy, an independent art school in London. He has been a member of the RSHP Recruitment Team since 2001 and also mentors junior architectural staff.