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Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Daniel Lee


Daniel pursues authenticity in the places we make and spaces we inhabit. He believes in an affirmative architecture that celebrates the optimism of the human spirit. Daniel’s ability to synthesize multiple constraints into clear, expressive solutions results in an architecture that resonates with each place, environment, and culture. Since joining the practice in 2005, Daniel’s project leadership includes a diverse range of building types, including academic, retail, residential, interiors, and civic projects. His leadership approach encourages open and inclusive collaboration with fellow design team members, consultants, and clients. He takes great interest in the craft of building, embracing sustainable solutions and innovative use of materials to realize aspirations and requirements of place and program.


University of California, Berkeley, Master of Architecture, 2005
University of California, Berkeley, BA, Architecture, 2000

Professional Affilliations

Member, AIA Committee on Design
Member, AIA Committee on the Environment
U.S. Green Building Council
Delaware Valley Green Building Council

Selected Honors and Press


  • AIA Pennsylvania Honor Award, Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion
  • AIA Philadelphia Honor Award, Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion
  • Green GOOD Design Award, Newport Beach Civic Center and Park