IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Danielian Associates announced today the hiring of Daniel P. Gehman, AIA, LEED AP, as the firm’s newest Principal. A highly sought-after architectural visionary and thought leader, Gehman brings with him decades of experience in multifamily and community design at top architecture firms along with a tremendous talent for facilitating design solutions.
In his new position at Danielian Associates, Gehman will guide the firm’s expanding multifamily studio while simultaneously working alongside clients, crafting design and planning solutions for each of their project needs. “Daniel’s demonstrated success and portfolio will be a tremendous asset to DA,” said John Danielian, AIA, President at Danielian Associates. “He continuously strives for design excellence and his value set aligns perfectly with our company culture. We are thrilled to add his extraordinary talent and expertise to our already very strong multifamily studio.”
“I am really pleased to join the Danielian Associates team,” Gehman said regarding the move. “Art Danielian is a legend in the industry and the new generation of leadership is propelling the firm in a very progressive direction. I’m eager to bring my passion and knowledge of urban multifamily, attainable, and modular housing and be a part of the firm’s momentum.”
Daniel Gehman received his bachelor’s degree in architecture from Cornell University and is an adjunct professor for the USC Master of Real Estate Development program. He is a dynamic and sought-after industry speaker, contributing thought leader, full member of the Urban Land Institute, sits on the Multifamily Council at NAHB, and has been a member of both the Central City Association of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Headquarters Association.
About Danielian Associates
Led by a new generation of architects, Danielian Associates is an award-winning architecture and planning studio celebrating over 50 years of delivering extraordinary design. The firm’s culture celebrates its passion, creativity, and commitment to an art and science that is the foundation of the built environment. For more information, please visit www.danielian.com.