“My research usually comes back to two main themes: how technology influences architecture, and how architecture influences people.”
Our New York-based senior researcher has a thing for workplaces. Or more specifically, the relationship between people, space, and design technology. His latest research piece, Workplaces Beyond 2020, examines how COVID-19 has impacted workplace culture as well as how people interact with space and tasks.
Before he joined Hassell, Daniel was the Director of Research at WeWork, and a research assistant for Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família. He is a regular columnist for Architect Magazine and his research has appeared in a variety of publications including Wired, Fast Company, and the Harvard Business Review.
The three-day-a-week office: a strategy for the new era of hybrid working
As companies try to attract employees back to the office, a new challenge has emerged: many workers are only returning three days a week, leaving workplaces deserted on Mondays and Fridays. How do we design for this new era of hybrid working?
Daniel Davis joins AIA New York to discuss emerging technologies
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) have brought together a group of thinkers from the industry to discuss what’s new in the development of software and technology for the built environment.