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Daniel joined Studio Sam Causer as an RIBA Chartered Architect in 2023. 


Daniel has developed a holistic, pragmatic, and methodical approach to the design of interventions within sensitive, historical contexts and enjoys the technical and construction challenges that working with existing buildings brings.


Daniel joined us after three years working as an Architect at Theis + Khan in west Kent, where he worked on several high-end residential houses and community projects, often within sensitive and listed sites.  He was Project Architect and Contract Administrator to successfully deliver the refurbishment and extension to a Grade II listed farmhouse in Mayfield, through RIBA Stages 3 to 5.

After his undergraduate Degree, Daniel's professional career began at BGS Architects, where he gained experience working on education and heritage projects.  Notable projects include: The redevelopment of 54-58 Wardour Street in Soho; the refurbishment of the Grade II Listed Evelyn Gardens Student Halls at Imperial College London; and the Alan Walters Building at the University of Birmingham, which was awarded the AJ Higher Education Project of the Year. 

Daniel then studied for his Masters at Kingston University, graduating in 2018, after which he joined the team at Dixon Jones, overseeing the construction phase for a large high-end, mixed-use development at Knightsbridge Gate. He was responsible for managing subcontractor design packages, overseeing the BIM coordination process, which included the review of design team consultants’ information, and resolving on-site design issues.

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