Daniel Goldberg is an architect with 25 years of professional experience on a broad range of projects in urban planning, architecture, yacht design and interiors. He is the founder and director of State of Craft – an international design studio.
After completing his degree in architecture in Germany, Daniel worked in London/UK at Foster and Partners on large cultural projects including the British Museum Great Court, the Dallas Opera House and the Sage Gateshead. He subsequently worked for an innovative yacht design studio, and an international hospitality operator in London before setting up his own practice.
Daniel is the recipient of the John Barrett award for “Young Engineer of the Year” in 1999. His particular interest is the integration of different design disciplines, architecture as a response to the site context and considering spaces from the “inside out.”
Based in Ottawa, he frequently travels to the UK and Australia to support local teams and serve clients.
“Diplom-Ingenieur” degree (M. Arch) University of Kassel, Germany, 1998
ARCS 5030 – M.Arch 1 – Studio 1