Daniel Green, AIA, NCARB, was honored to chair the jury and present the 2014 AIA Kansas Design Awards at the American Institute of Architects annual conference held on October 2 – 4. The jury examined a total of 33 entries and through intense discussion and deliberation, selected 8 award winners that stood out from the other submittals. As a Keynote Speaker, Daniel’s lecture examined how a commitment to listening before designing, focusing on function and collaborating with clients has made the work of Miller Dunwiddie Architecture resilient and lasting. He shared stories of challenges and innovation, and how an attention to client needs, professional conduct, and firm culture continue to be the keys to firm success.
Daniel Green was one of AIA Minnesota’s “Young Architect Award” winners in 2012. His expertise centers on projects for housing, non-profit, commercial, and transportation clients. Green has co-authored studies for preservation planning, airport sustainability and suburban redevelopment. His work is reflected in projects with Metro Transit, The University of Minnesota, The Port Authority of St Paul, Metropolitan Airports Commission and the City of Edina, among others. He is passionate about design for all and regularly participates in design outreach events throughout greater Minnesota. Green joined Miller Dunwiddie in 2001.