Daniel joined the TCL team in 2015 after working and completing his landscape architecture studies at the University of Adelaide. Previous training in agricultural and environmental sciences provide further insight into soil, plant and the horticultural sciences, affording a greater understanding of the peculiarities of working effectively within the Australian environment. This rigorous and specific mindset, coupled with a lateral architectural approach, informs his work on context-specific schemes that never lose sight of detail across all scales.
Daniel has developed skills in the delivery and administration of all stages of the design process, from concept development, through to documentation and contract administration. His attention to detail, strong visual representation skills, and passion for problem solving make Daniel invaluable to TCL and its clients.
Project experience includes:
Adelaide Botanic Gardens Masterplan and Botanic Park Review, SA
Adelaide City Tramline Extension, North Terrace, SA
Adelaide Botanic High School, SA
IGA Cultivated by Fire, Germany
National Museum of Australia, Canberra, ACT
Kings Reserve Masterplan and Wetlands, Thebarton, SA
Apex Park Masterplan and Stage One, West Beach, SA
Queensland University of Technology Pedestrian Spine, QLD
Australian National Botanic Gardens Masterplan, ACT
Elizabeth Quays Lot 9&10 – Ritz Carlton & Apartments, Elizabeth Quay, WA
RACV Cape Schanck Resort, VIC