Daniel Horn is a young architect and designer with a strong interest in disaster recovery design, urban design and community planning. He is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology and received his Bachelors degree in Architecture. Dan serves as co-chair of Operation Resilient Long Island (ORLI), a grassroots committee of young architects founded to explore methods to aid coastal communities rebuild for the future. Dan's personal experiences with Super-storm Sandy have fostered his interest in helping his community and the entire region rebuild resiliently. He currently works in New York City for Perez APC, an architecture firm whose primary focus is resilient reconstruction after natural disasters.
Perez, APC, Brooklyn, NY, US, Design Specialist
NYC Build It Back Program: Damage Assessment and surveying of homes affected by Super-storm Sandy.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), Old Westbury, NY, US, Exhibition Assistant
Andresen Nesfield Ltd., Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US, Architectural Intern
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
I take design courses which gauge my knowledge towards more conceptual thinking about our built surroundings. I also take liberal arts courses, structures courses, and technical writing courses.
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.
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.