Daniel Luegering


Associate Principal

Daniel’s work centers on rapid iteration to encourage discussion, evaluation, and evolution. This process enables design teams to dig beneath the surface, unearth hidden obstacles, and transform them into opportunities that help clients achieve their goals. He has a particular interest in creating places that smartly and empathetically shape how people experience the world, whether it's through arts venues, like the Margaret & Michael Valentine Center for Dance, or in higher education spaces like the University of Pittsburgh’s Hillman Library and Penn State University’s Center for Community Outreach Research & Education. When he's feeling contemplative, he turns to gardening or his coin collection, some of which dates back to antiquity, including a Roman coin from the 4th century.

Professional Highlights


Featured design work, Architecture: A Timely Matter, UCLA Press

Co-Curator, Cincinnati Builds the World, Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati

Alumnus, AIA Vision

Alumnus, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber C-Change

News & Insights

“Unscripted, but highly specific…I find inspiration in spaces that emerge organically, vibrant because of the cacophony of voices which give them life. In this instance, the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan.” – Daniel Luegering