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Rev. Daniel Martinez, MArch., AIA


Architect - Forida: AR94960
Architect - New Jesey: 21AI01950600

Architect - New York: 029952  
Architect - Texas : 24082
Intrerior Design:  

It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, But the glory of kings is to search out a matter.

                      Proverbs 25:2 NKJV

As a native New Yorker, Daniel's first exposure to architecture was growing up amidst the urban blight of the inner city of Spanish Harlem.  His desire is to see urban renewal that is both visionary and affordable.


Daniel holds a Master of Architecture degree and is currently licensed to practice in four states.  Daniel began his career as an intern performing loft legalization for one of his professors.   He took a leadership role as president of the Architecture club while in pursuit of his Associates of Architecture Technology.  Soon after, he took a position in Great Britain as an architect's assistant performing construction administration for a 10 unit multi-family housing project in Ipswich.   Upon his return to the U.S. he completed his Bachelors of Science in Architecture and began his tenure at various firms designing hi-end residential as well as bridge line and couture retail flagship stores. He furthered  his experience by serving as a project architect in both new work as well as gut-renovation of historic buildings for private clients, universities, federal and the military.  Daniel is also a forensic architect who provides litigation support services and expert testimony.    


Passion - Restore | Reveal | Release

Daniel has a passion for marrying old and new.   He sees the opportunities to revitalize community through the built environment.   He believes  that through restoration of the built environment that the spirit of the community can be reawakened to reveal and release its vibrant potential within the fabric of the built environment.   As an ordained minster and keynote conference speaker, Daniel travels nationally and internationally.



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