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Daniel Klinck is an accomplished architect with over 35 years of experience. His body of work encompasses a wide range of disciplines and project types, from small-scale residential and institutional projects to complex architectural and urban planning commissions. He has held leadership positions in numerous prominent award-winning projects and garnered recognition for his contributions to accessible design, heritage restoration and adaptive re-use, community and urban planning, as well as both market and social housing.
Daniel has advanced technical skills and has received RAIC commendation for excellence in contract documentation. He has taught as sessional lecturer at the Ryerson University School of Urban Planning in Toronto and was appointed guest advisor to the Department of Engineering at George Brown College. Daniel's recent projects include the expansion of Osgoode Hall Law School at York University; CampusOne student housing at University of Toronto; and Mirvish Village, an expansive mixed-use redevelopment of a landmark Toronto city block.