Daniel Rosbottom is co-director of DRDH, which he founded in 2000 with David Howarth. Within the practice, Daniel leads design research for DRDH and is jointly responsible with David for design direction and strategy. Both partners are fully engaged in the delivery of all projects.
Alongside his role in the practice, Daniel is Professor of the Chair of Interiors Buildings Cities at the Technical University Delft, the Netherlands. From 2008-15 he was Head of the School of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University in London and from 2004 to 2008 he was Postgraduate director at the CASS School of Architecture in London. He has taught widely throughout the UK, Europe, the USA and Asia for over twenty years and has been invited to sit on a number of international awards and competition juries. In 2016 he joined the editorial board of refereed journal, Architectural Research Quarterly.
Daniel writes on both art and architecture, lectures on the work of the practice and is widely published. Prior to starting DRDH, Daniel worked for Priestman Architects in London and Scandinavia, coordinating a competition team for a series of high profile international competitions including first prize for the Danish State Archive.
(foto: TU Delft)