Daniel joined DTA Architects in 1997 and was appointed a Director in 2006. Since his involvement with the practice, Daniel has been responsible for the designing an extensive range of educational, residential, commercial, health, and public building projects. Through his leadership, strategic thinking and vision, DTA Architects has developed a comprehensive, in-depth understanding of pedagogical practice, exploring new ways of mixing story and technology to generate innovative learning environments that align with changes in society.
Daniel’s ethos as a creative director is the commitment to innovative design solutions, a commitment that is at the forefront of our approach to every project. Daniel provides contemporary, functional and environmentally sensitive design solutions, whilst harnessing the ‘less is more’ design approach to ensure the delivery of a quality built environment for the lifecycle of the building.
Brett joined De Angelis Taylor & Associates in 1997 and was appointed a director in 2006, after nearly 10 years of service to the company. Brett’s extensive knowledge of commercial and industrial construction detailing and consultancy coordination has led him to negotiate contracts with many of Australia’s leading developers and builders such as Investa Property Group, Vaughan Constructions, Lindsay Bennelong Developments, FDC Constructions, Dart West Developments, and Gregory Hills Corporate Park.
Brett has developed a professional relationship with various Catholic Parishes, having actively guided the design of three 600 seat Catholic Churches within the past three years. Brett’s extensive pedagogical knowledge and understanding of technology within the learning environment, has enabled DTA to continue to work collaboratively with the Parramatta, Sydney & Wollongong Catholic Education Offices. Through Brett’s passion for educational architecture, he continues to research and explore innovative solutions to create flexible, collaborative spatial outcomes to cater for current and future pedagogical needs.