Daniel AlhadeffAIA | Architect firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel Alhadeff is a Project Architect at MBB, who is Daniel is passionate about investigating the experience of light and space, historic preservation and adaptive re-use, and the role of architecture in its urban context. Before joining MBB, he worked for Quinn Evans in Washington DC for clients such as the General Services Administration, Architect of the Capitol, National Park Service, and the State of Maryland. His expertise includes masonry and wood restoration, making accessibility improvements, and construction contract administration.
Daniel holds a Master of Architecture in City Planning and Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology and is licensed in the state of Maryland. Daniel participated in the Paris Program as an undergraduate, studying with students at the Ecole d’Architecture – Paris La Villette. In addition to his architectural skillsets, Daniel is an expert in using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and heat/moisture transfer modeling with WUFI and THERM.
Daniel is currently working on projects at Trinity Church and for a listed private apartment building on the Upper East Side. He also is pursuing his interests in hand-drawn and computer-aided rendering to bring out more of the human-side of his projects.