Daniel’s experience encompasses major public-sector housing schemes and mixed-use projects. He is currently leading Hereford House and Exeter Court, a 252 home mixed-tenure estate renewal for Brent Council which is being shaped by active engagement with residents and the local community. He is also working on the redevelopment of three TfL owned train station carparks which will provide 500 affordable homes in the London Borough of Harrow.
Daniel was previously Project Architect on the Faircharm Creative Quarter on Deptford Creek Edge in East London and worked on the design of the Byron Quarter Masterplan, a major leisure-led residential quarter of 820 homes for Harrow Council. He was also involved in the next phase of regeneration at the Nightingale Estate in Hackney, the development of two hectares of vacant land, including the delivery of 400 new homes, a community centre and retail units, as well as extensive public realm improvements.
Daniel joined the practice in 2013. He worked previously at Tony Fretton Architects on the Historic Royal Palace’s first contemporary public building within the Unesco World Heritage site of the Tower of London which involved working closely with English Heritage.