DAN SHANNON

Dan is a nationally-recognized leader in commercial design for new and redeveloped buildings and principal at MdeAS. With over three decades of experience, he provides creative, innovative architectural solutions; making him instrumental in the firm’s overall approach to design. His clear commitment to the philosophy of modernism and urbanism enlivens a building’s presence with integrity.

Dan’s effective leadership and project management transcends the firm with a reputation for meeting the client’s goals by working closely with them through the design process. Setting a high-standard for craft within architecture, Dan’s eye for detail is reflected in every project he manages. He has worked alongside international developers to oversee the construction of more than 15 million square feet, including the renovation of the GM Building, winner of a 2007 MASterworks Award, and the redevelopment of 100 Park Avenue, recognized in 2009 as BOMA’s International Renovated Building of the Year. Most recently, “The Cubes,” at 120 West 42nd Street won the AIA’s Award of Excellence of Commercial Large Projects and received the Outstanding Project Award from the GNYCUC.

EDUCATION
Columbia University, MSAAD;                      University of Notre Dame, B.Arch

ASSOCIATIONS
Registered Architect: New York, New Jersey;      Member, The American Institute of Architects; Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards;                                          GSAPP Alumni Association Board, President;             Circle Council Member, The Architectural League of New York;                       Urban Design Council Member, Museum of City of New York

 Media | Contract Magazine, 1221 Avenue of the Americas

Media | Contract Magazine, 1221 Avenue of the Americas

 Panel | Bisnow’s Workplace of the Future

Panel | Bisnow’s Workplace of the Future

 Media | WORLD WIDE BUSINESS WITH KATHY IRELAND®

Media | WORLD WIDE BUSINESS WITH KATHY IRELAND®

 Project | Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Project | Columbia University Irving Medical Center