Daniel Horn, Assoc. AIA, is an established architectural designer and project manager for Perez Architecture in Brooklyn, NY. He serves as co-chair & design coordinator for ORLI+, a grassroots resiliency think-tank formed after Super-storm Sandy in 2012. He is also a ‘resiliency activist’ and has been engaged in post-Sandy research and design on multiple projects throughout New York City, and believes in community-based urban design and planning. Dan is very interested in alternative methods of architectural practice and is excited to continue to contribute to the profession as a whole.
Perez, APC, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architectural Designer/Team Lead
NYC Build It Back Program: Damage Assessment and surveying of homes affected by Super-storm Sandy.
Operation Resilient Living & Innovation (ORLI+), Brooklyn, NY, US, Co-Founder, Designer
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Old Westbury, NY, US, Design 5 Community design studio collaborator/educator
North Shore Architecture and Interiors, Draftsman
Basic surveying and drafting work. Occasionally will give design advice to Architect.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Old Westbury, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
Jason Pettigrew National AIA ARE Scholarship, Scholarship
Granted for exceptional skills and abilities related to the study of architecture.
NYIT Dean's Honor List 2011-2013, Scholarship
Distinction in recognition for outstanding performance by students as exemplified by a GPA of at least 3.5.
AIAS Community Service Honor Award 2013, 1st Place
My video that I filmed and produced was selected as one of 25 submissions for the MoMA PS1 EXPO 1: New York Rockaways Call for Ideas video competition.