Daniel is a designer at SvN. He holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo where he graduated on the RAIC Honour Roll. His graduate thesis work and research focused on the intersection of architecture, politics, and cultural identity in the largest public housing project in North America, the Tlatelolco Urban Complex in Mexico City. His interests sit at the intersection of architecture and urban design, with a focus on the public realm. Prior to joining SvN, Daniel gained professional experience at architectural practices in Toronto, Barcelona, Paris, Rome, and Mexico City. He has worked in a wide range of projects and scales, from performing arts centres, public art installations, healthcare, public housing, small residential and interior design.