Daniel Ebuehi

Daniel Ebuehi

Los Angeles, CA, US




Daniel Ebuehi, is an aspiring designer with an emphasis in environmental design in sustainable and renewable ways. He recently completed his graduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design. As well, he received his BArch from the University of California at Berkeley and has worked professionally in various fields within the architectural industry. 





MCG Architecture, Irvine, Job Captain

- Managed over forty (40) Starbucks retail design projects (in Autodesk Revit) under the supervision of Director Chris Lee.
- Produced construction documents for other retail clients including Smart & Final, Lowes, TJ Maxx, etc under the direction of Kieth Charles and Page Winkler.
- Assisted in creating schematic presentation elevations and renderings (in Sketchup and Adobe Photoshop) for large scale retail shopping centers on developments over forty (40) acres.

Oct 2013 - Jan 2015

Aerotek Architecture & Engineering, Los Angeles, CA, US, Designer/Drafter

Mar 2013 - Jan 2015

Architecture For Humanity, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Architect

Project architect for a cultural center project in Lamas, Peru.

May 2012 - Jan 2013

Interactive Resources, Designer/CAD Drafter

Projects included forensic architectural and structural investigations; accessibility (ADA) consulting, surveys, and reports; And, drafting construction drawings (both architectural and structural) for over twenty projects at various stages of design and construction.

Apr 2005 - Jul 2008

Hunt Hale Jones Architects, Intern

Projects included architectural drawings, generating material selection boards, and general office tasks.

Dec 2004 - Apr 2005


University of Pennsylvania, MArch, Architecture

Masters in Architecture with an Ecological Architecture Certificate.

Aug 2008 - May 2011

University of California, Berkeley, BArch, Architecture

Jun 1999 - Jun 2004


Publication: Coupler, Optimizing Design., Other

Design optimization strategies through the Coupler.


Publication: Pun_t, Other

Pun.t is an adventure into a relativistic realm through textual and visual snapshots of architectural events.


Areas of Specialization 

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