Daniel is an Intern Architect with over a decade of professional experience. Daniel's interests sit at the intersection of architecture and urban design and focus on the public realm. Before joining SvN, he gained professional experience at several architectural practices in Toronto, Barcelona, Paris, Rome, and Mexico City. Daniel has worked on projects at various scales, from complex performing arts centres, healthcare and public housing to public art installations, small-scale residential and interior design. He graduated from the University of Waterloo on the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada's (RAIC) Honour Roll, where his thesis focused on the intersection of architecture, politics, and cultural identity in North America's largest public housing project: the Tlatelolco Urban Complex in Mexico City.