Daniel Toole is an architect and urban designer. He is currently finishing a Master’s of Urban Design at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and is finishing a sabbatical year in Berlin on a German federal research grant. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon’s School of Architecture and has studied and worked in Oregon, Washington, New York, Paris, Budapest, and Berlin.
This blog serves as a document of his travels around the world with an eye focused on architecture and urbanism relating to alleyways, laneways, and small urban spaces of all kinds. Initial funding was made possible by the AIA Seattle Emerging Professionals Travel Fellowship, and subsequently other grants and fellowships.
Please follow this link to Daniel’s architecture and urban design practice.