Daniel has a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Environments from the University of Melbourne.

During his studies he was part of several exhibitions, including “Dream Stations” which was covered by ABC News and The Age, and the launch of “Melbourne: What’s Next?”, a sustainably focused book published by the MSSI and the Melbourne Social Equity Institute.

Prior to completing his Bachelor and Master courses in Melbourne, Daniel studied architecture and interior design in Tel Aviv, Israel. He has worked and lived in several countries and is passionate about architectural detailing and construction techniques & materials.

Daniel has Project Architect role experience. He has run client meetings and user groups, attended PCGs and site meetings, co-ordinated consultants and produced documentation for all project stages. He has produced feasibility studies using 3D modelling, mapping and drawings for both small and large projects.

Daniel has just completed the Monash University Chancellery Decant project, a 10 million dollar project involving the refurbishment of a three-storey 1,200m2 building (Building 3C) at Monash Clayton Campus as well as one whole level at 321 Ferntree Gully Road for the decant of the Monash University Chancellery and support staff. In total the decant involved approximately 270 staff. The refurbishment included office spaces, AV integrated meeting rooms, high security requirements involving automated security shutters, a new external lift, and a high level of finishes fitting for a Chancellery Building.

2016 - current: NTC Architects

Type of work: healthcare, educational, commercial, aged care & residential
Role: Graduate Architect
Project Budgets: $100,000 - $ 20,0 00,000 (T.E.C.)

2015-2016: A1 Drafting – Architectural Draftsman

Type of work: residential, commercial & healthcare
Role: Architectural Draftsman