Daniel Moore, RIBA
Daniel has substantial experience working on projects in the United Kingdom and across Europe. He brings an extensive understanding of the planning regulations and policies in London to our design teams, having worked on many projects across the Capital.
He is currently the technical director for the extensive development of Bankside Yards on the South Bank, which will transform a disconnected riverside site into a new urban destination and gateway to the borough of Southwark. He is also the project partner for Kaleidoscope, a new commercial building sitting above the new Farringdon East Crossrail station and facing the historic Smithfield Market in London.
With an advanced understanding of facade technology, Daniel previously led the detailed development of the facades for the Francis Crick Institute, a major national research laboratory in London. Nearby in the City of London, he helped to lead the 4 Cannon Street office building for Fidelity Investments, which sits on a prominent and sensitive site adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral. He also helped to craft the extensive refurbishment of Devonshire Row, a series of existing historic buildings which are now being regenerated into commercial and hospitality spaces on the site of our One Bishopsgate Plaza / Pan Pacific London Hotel project.
Also in the City, Daniel worked on the design of The Pinnacle, an office tower of 1 million square feet, which would create the tallest building in the area. His work here focused on technical design and the design and detailing of the spiralling terraced roof and the lobby façades at the base of the building.
Other projects of significance include the multi award-winning redevelopment of the listed 1930’s Unilever House on Victoria Embankment in London, Stockley Park III, a new phase at Stockley Park business park that included five new office buildings, and a public facilities building in Daventry created for the Local Authority. In Europe, projects include Nile House, a nine-storey office building that forms part of the River City Prague masterplan that redeveloped a former railway yard in the Czech Republic.
Daniel received both his RIBA Pt I Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Architecture and his RIBA Pt II Diploma in Architecture from the University of Greenwich and his RIBA Pt III Professional Practice qualification from London’s South Bank University.