Daniel is an industrious, focused and talented Project Leader, proving himself to be an asset to any project he is involved in. With a wealth of knowledge across a range of sectors he has shown he is a versitle and highly capable professional.
Dan began proving his motivation to architecture during his Part 1 education at University of Liverpool, where he successfully combined his studies with working at a small architectural design firm. On completion of his Part 1, having established this unflinching work ethic, Daniel joined a large retail architectural practice, where he became indispensable to the team, working on a range of projects in the commercial and residential sectors.
Dan returned to University of Liverpool to complete his Part 2 and joined CJCT after graduating. He has been involved in the design and delivery of numerous key projects, including the delivery of the £65million Queenshurst for Berkeley Homes West London in Kingston upon Thames, and the Perfume Factory for Imperial College London.
Dan has a particular interest for delivering mixed-use schemes in challenging urban contexts to create buildings with a bold aesthetic whilst appropriate for the area and fluently incorporating end-user and client aspirations. He ensures that good design is at the forefront of every project.
Dan is a keen cyclist and a table tennis ace, who can be found frequenting musical festivals and art galleries alike. Dan is a long-time supporter of local homeless charities and Dan’s outgoing personality has a big influence on the daily life and running of the studio and is also put to good use promoting the practice to the wider world.