“Harmony stems from a simple insight, a unified and intelligent outset that aims at a project with no future, no place, no time.”
Daniela Tanzj is an Italian architect living permanently in New York. She graduated on May 2012 from Columbia University GSAPP with a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design. Prior to the post-graduate program she had the opportunity to work in New York at Eisenman Architects for almost two years focusing her collaboration on the design process of a residential building in Milan, amongst several competitions. Daniela moved to New York from Italy in April 2009, after her graduation from the MArch program at La Sapienza University of Rome. While preparing the dissertation, she was also working full time at AA-Roma, where she gained experience in the Schematic Design and Design Development phases.
Daniela is a committed architect always looking to engage her skills in architecture and intention to increase the value of every work she would be responsible of. She is persistent in the analysis of a collective perception related to parameters able to change at the rhythm of a continuously evolving society.
Eisenman Architects, New York, NY, US, Architect
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, MArch, Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design