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Born and raised in Southern California, Daniel works on complex Section 106 and California Environmental Quality Act projects. His 2004 Master’s thesis, “The Aesthetics of Efficiency: Contexts and the Early Development of Late-Modern Glass Skin Architecture,” is a foundational text for its subject. Daniel has lectured on this topic across the United States and Europe. He is also a college instructor and has taught the History of Western Architecture at Cerritos College in Norwalk, California, since 2005.
B.A., Art History, Cum Laude, California State University, Fullerton
M.A., Art History, Magna Cum Laude, California State University, Northridge
Short Course Certificate, Historic Preservation, University of Southern California
- (May 2019). “Not Cool: Fleeting Moments and Telling Afterlives with Gold Mirror Architectural Glass.” Saturated Spaces, Architectural Association, London.
- (November 2018). "Pacific Design Center: Blue Building." Society of Architectural Historians Archipedia.
- (July 2018). "Peak Cambrian: Architecture 1993." Guest Editor and Author, Docomomo, US Dispatch.
(Pending Summer 2021). “Turning a Corner: Recent PCPA Glass Curtain Walls and the Pelli Legacy.” Forthcoming article in a+u, Tokyo.