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Daniel Elmore

Daniel Elmore

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Daniel is a Registered Architect (2017) and graduate of Harvard GSD's Master of Architecture II program (2012). While at the GSD, he completed studios with Jeanne Gang, focusing on research based solutions to Chicago's water mitigation challenges, and French Architect Anne Lacaton, brainstorming creative solutions to Paris's increasing population density. He also explored his interests in history and theory while studying under well known theoreticians Michael Hayes and Erika Naginski, as well as accomplished Historian Christine Smith. 

Currently, Daniel is working at S9 Architecture (a former affiliate of Perkins Eastman), developing experience in all phases of design, from Design Development to Construction Administration. In addition to architectural design, Daniel's notable strength in construction detailing has allowed him to play critical roles and be an invaluable member his team. His full resume, and portfolio are available for viewing at the ISSUU link below.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

S9 Architecture, New York, NY, US, Designer

Oct 2015 - current
 

Fogarty Finger Architecture PLLC, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect

Oct 2013 - current
 

Hollwich Kushner (HWKN), New York, NY, US, Intern/ Junior Architect

Jan 2013 - Oct 2013
 

KSS Architects, LLP, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern

Produced construction documents for schools and civic buildings using Autocad and Revit.

May 2011 - Aug 2011
 

Kelly/Maiello, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern

Created detailed sections using Autocad and completed LEED diagrams.

May 2008 - Aug 2008
 

Education 

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2010 - May 2012
 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2005 - May 2010
 

Awards 

Beyond the Centerline, Honorable Mention

Fisher Brothers urges competition participants to think “beyond the centerline,” using the medians as a blank canvas for creative ideas to engage the community and reimagine Park Avenue.

2018
 

Land Art Generator Initiative, Honorable Mention

The Land Art Generator Competition seeks to discover new ways to blend art with sustainable energy production.

2012
 

Citation in excellence for Thesis Design, Honorable Mention

A- and honorable mention for my B.Arch Thesis entitled Library of Future. The project reacts to the shifting role of the Library in the wake of digital media and seeks to recreate the Library as a community gathering space and exchange point of information enhanced by digital interfaces.

2010
 

Andrea Ponzi Pipe Garden Competition, 1st Place

Florence based Architect Andrea Ponzi challenges architecture students to create an architecturally provocative installation using only 100 copper pipes. The competition was open to the Syracuse architecture class of '05. My entry was one of four designs chosen to be constructed.

2003
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills