Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington
Daniel is a Landscape Architect with experience ranging from residential intensification and urban public space to institutional design and masterplanning.
While completing his masters degree in Landscape Architecture at Victoria University of Wellington, Daniel researched and explored how the public perception of infrastructural development can be changed through landscape architecture. Since graduating in 2015, he has fine-tuned his landscape philosophy and approach, beginning with the discovery of a site’s physical, cultural and historical layers, and then implementing landscape architecture to reveal and represent these hidden nuances.
Daniel enjoys designing within tight design constraints and looks forward to continuing to solve complex design challenges.