Daniel Heuberger is interested in the intersection of architecture with other fields, including technology, education and the workplace. Through his active engagement in each phase of design, from concept through execution, he directs institutional, educational, housing, and planning projects. As a mentor and consensus-builder, he helps facilitate dialogue among design professionals and clients, enabling collaboration and unifying project goals. His design leadership is informed by a strong belief in architecture’s broad public mission, and he has lectured on the firm’s work to many professional and community groups, including the US Green Building Council, Society of University and College Planners, and New York City and State AIA Chapters; he has also been a guest critic at several schools.
As an active member of the AIA, Daniel served on the School Construction Authority Task Force, Design Awards Committee and the Oculus Committee. Daniel holds a B.A. from Columbia University and a M. Arch from Harvard University Graduate School of Design; he also attended the Cooper Union School of Architecture.