Eric K. Daniels  Principal Architect

Eric K. Daniels
Principal Architect

Eric has a variety of interests in design, education and the performing arts, which together bring a unique perspective to problem solving. With over 30 years of experience in architecture and interior design, he has developed his firm to exceed in the design and construction of high-end residential, commercial, restaurant/cafe and religious projects. He has taught architecture and interior design for the past 26 years in several top Interior Design programs in NYC, and has taught presentation skills to leading architectural, engineering and related industry consulting firms in the United States and the EU. He was a member of the Gorilla Rep Theater Company and has written several plays, which were performed in NYC and Kentucky.

Eric launched his firm in 2001 and is a licensed architect in the State of New York. He holds a B.ARCH from Pratt Institute School of Architecture (1985) and a Post Graduate Degree in Drama from the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA, UK, 1999). He is currently a full-time Associate Professor and former Chair of the Interior Design Department at FIT, where he co-developed the first Business & Technology Minor in Design Thinking and developed a Study Abroad program entitled Adaptive Reuse: Community Place Making in Paris. Through a collaborative process of immersion, ideation and prototyping, Eric and his team guide their clients to arrive at a living, working and playing environmental experience that is both meaningful and enjoyable.