Daniel Conroy

Daniel Conroy

Milwaukee, WI, US




Community Design Solutions, Milwaukee, WI, US, Graduate Design Consultant

Work closely with community organizations on various community focused design and planning projects. From large development plans, to parks and streetscapes. Primarily predesign and schematic design visioning with the purpose to get public backing before the project goes into design development and construction documentation.

Apr 2011 - current

Roger's Country Log Homes, Trempealeau, WI, US, General Laborer

Light construction for a log home company in my hometown for summers and winter breaks during my junior and senior years. Duties included deck construction, roofing, fascia, and soffit, in addition to keeping the construction site in a tidy condition.

May 2006 - Jan 2008


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, BArch, M. Arch

Concentration in Ecological Design. Collaborative design workshop/studio abroad in Lviv, Ukraine.
Summer abroad France/Italy/London 2009. Various design awards; Nemschoff Chair Design Competition 2005, Best Studio Project fall 2008 - student superjury, & SAGE/AIAS ReBuilding Home Design Competition Honorable Mention 2011...

Sep 2005 - current


ReBuilding Home - National Student Design Competition, Honorable Mention

(SAGE) Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments & (AIAS) American Institute of Architecture Students sponsored national student design competition focusing on new model for Skilled Nursing Facilities that is more familiar and comfortable than the traditional hospital-like facilities that currently exist.


Best Studio Project - Fall 2008, Award

Each semester the best project from each design studio is selected for a super jury review that takes place in the commons of the school of architecture. A total of 12 students present their work to a panel of visiting critics from through out the country. My project was selected from my senior design studio titled "The Architecture of Reconciliation: A Multicultural Museum." The project was a multicultural museum and wood restoration workshop in Lviv, Ukraine, that reconstructed the religious structures of what were the 3 major ethnic groups prior to WWII; Ukrainians, Poles, and Jews.


UWM Chair Design Competition, 1st Place

Nemschoff Healthcare Furniture of Sheboygan, Wis sponsors a chair design competition for freshmen architecture students at UWM. The winner gets their chair prototyped by Nemschoff and a $500 prize. My chair, a bar stool, featured a changeable seat and back made by stretching fabric around a wood frame. This allowed for easy washing, and for multiple fabric designs to be used.


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