Daniel Johnson

Associate AIA / Senior Associate, Senior Project Designer

Daniel aims to build deeply human structures that tap into our existential selves and to reform, through teaching, the systems by which we educate the next generation of designers. Through contextually-specific design, he harmonizes the pragmatic with the qualitative, creating meaningful spaces for those who will inhabit them. Daniel’s approach is rooted in anthropology and phenomenology, with the writings of Juhani Pallasmaa as one of his biggest influences.Committed to inspiring the next generation of architects, Daniel serves as an adjunct professor in Stanford University’s Architectural Design Program. He holds a Master in Architectural Pedagogy from Washington State University and a Master in Architecture from the University of South Florida, where he was honored with the school’s highest design accolade, the Eduardo Garcia Award.

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