Daniel Seidman graduated in 2018 from Taubman College at the University of Michigan with a M.Arch degree. Prior to that, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Physics from Kenyon College. With a background in art and science, Daniel worked on many architectural projects during his education. His schoolwork dealt with subjects such as preservation and housing in Detroit, a new approach to middle school design, computational design methods, and the role of image in architecture. Each project sits at the intersection of technology, art, and human experience, which are elements that Daniel will continue to work on throughout his career.
During his education, Daniel interned at The Eisen Group in his home city of Washington DC. There, he worked on several housing and mixed-use projects all over the country. Now, living in Boston, Daniel is continuing with residential architecture at Design Associates, bringing his knowledge of design technology to the team.