Daniel’s work develops in the intersection between architecture and digital arts. His research focuses on the meaning of inhabiting digital spaces, the relationship between virtuality and the abstractions in our reality.
He is an architect by UPV, Valencia, and a masters graduate in Digital Direction by the Royal College of Art, London, after being awarded with the RCA Fund Scholarship 2019. He also participated in the Stage Design programme in die Angewandte, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, and holds a masters course in VR with UE4 applied to architecture. He has experience working as an architect in Karlsruhe, Germany and has worked for many years for the Hundertwasserhaus Vienna as a Lead Visual and 3D Artist, where he directs projects mixing new technologies and architectural heritage. Still in collaboration with them, he lives in London combining his work as co-founder of RAREA Studio and also of MAIA digital, a team of RCA graduates working on new models of interaction in virtual environments. Besides that, he recently has acted as a visiting lecturer in the Creative Computing Institute at the UAL University of Arts London, and has been selected as speaker for the Media Architecture Biennale MAB 20.
Some of his awards and recognitions are:
-’Encuentros’ selected as Demo to participate in the Media Architecture Biennale MAB20.
-’Valencia 360’ Non-Architecture Open Call, Valencia 2021. Selected team: Rarea Studio.
-IRCAM 2020, Exhibited project “You’re in the way” at the Centre Pompidou, Paris 2020.
-RCA Fund Scholarship 2019.
-PAC 2014 Scholarship - Cultural Initiatives UPV
-UIA 2011 TOKYO Youthjamboree - 2nd Prize.
-Scholarship UIA 2011 for students and young architects (only 5 in Europe).
-International Theory Workshop Alter+Actions Valencia - 1st Prize.