About Dan Kaplan
As a senior partner, Dan serves in a design and leadership capacity for many of our complex, award-winning urban buildings. Adept at creating large-scale, high-performance buildings and urban designs, Dan approaches each project—from individual buildings to large-scale urban plans—with the viewpoint that it must contribute to a larger totality.
Dan was raised in Long Island by an interior designer mother who had studied under the seminal industrial designer Raymond Loewy and kept an active home studio, exposing him to design titles like Architectural Digest and Contract at a young age. After receiving his degree from Cornell's College of Architecture, Art and Planning, Dan lived and worked abroad in Switzerland, studying the designs of his modernist heroes.
Dan plays an instrumental role in a variety of projects spanning the office, residential, mixed-used, and healthcare sectors. He has been recognized both nationally and internationally for his design excellence over the years by numerous organizations and publications, including the American Institute of Architects, Architectural Review, and the Boston Society of Architects.