Daniel Raznick is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Design in Architecture and is currently in his final year of the Masters of Architecture program. In 2013 Daniel was a designer for Variable Projects, which won an AIA Minnesota Honor Award for the Centennial Chromagraph. He is also the recipient of multiple honors and awards including the Design Democracy fellowship in 2013 and the Bill and Elizabeth Pederson fellowship in 2012. Daniel has worked in various architecture and design settings specializing in digital design processes, workflows, and fabrication; and is fascinated by the interface between computation and physical making.
Perkins+Will, Minneapolis, MN, US, Design Research Intern
Research in digital workflows to integrate environmental simulation and evidence-based design.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Teaching Assistant
Teaching assistant for Arch 3711: Environmental Design
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Research Assistant
Planning, preparation, and presentations for Architecture as Catalyst 2013 and the Centennial Celebration
Variable Projects, Minneapolis, MN, Project Designer
Design, fabrication, and assembly for the School of Architecture Centennial Chromagraph installation
MS&R, Minneapolis, MN, US, Architectural Intern
Conceptual and schematic design for the Southwest Regional Library in Louisville, KY
Buffalo Wild Wings, Minneapolis, MN, US, Store Design Intern
Project management, space planning, and design review throughout design, delivery, and construction process. Tasks included reviewing and editing drawings. Creating schematic floor plans, assembling material boards, and organizing store data.
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN, US, MArch, M.Arch
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN, Bachelors, Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Danish Institute for Study Abroad (DIS), Copenhagen, DK, Pre-Architecture
Design Democracy Fellowship, Award
Saul Parness Fund Fellowship, Award
We are pleased to announce that Variable Projects has been awarded a 2013 Honor Award by the American Institute of Architects Minnesota, for our Centennial Chromagraph project. The awards jury was comprised of architects from nationally recognized firms—Ben Gilmartin from Diller Scofidio + Renfro, E.B. Min of Min | Day, and George Nikolajevich of Cannon Design—who selected nine projects from 66 submissions.
Bill and Elizabeth Pederson Fellowship, Award