Before becoming one of the founders of Private Sanctuary, Daniel's career brought along involvement in a significant range of large scale and infrastructure projects as well as medium and small scale works giving Daniel a broad prospect on building projects of all sectors whilst creating solutions with valuable, long-lasting impact to clients and communities.
As an architect Daniel has accumulated a vast portfolio of work through involvement in projects such as the Transformation of St. Pancras Station in London, the redevelopment of New Delhi Station, Dubai Metro, MTRC’s Austin station and modification of MTRC’s Sheung Wan station, as well as major hospitality projects such as the Grand Venetian Cotai and the Entry Plaza of Ocean Park in Hong Kong. A growing number of bars, restaurants, resorts and retail stores continue to be added to his portfolio.
With the skill of imagination and implementation Daniel is always studying planning options and visions for potential developments of Private Sanctuary long before these become real projects.
He is also involved in education of future generations of architects as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong where Daniel is involved in teaching the Masters Program for Urban Design.
Daniel is serving the community with the understanding of outreach and therefore has been a co-author of non-profit artwork projects on a number of occasions, including the Hong Kong – Shenzen international architecture biennale.
As a Member of Rotary International he implements a hands on approach to reach out to those that are in need.