Daniel Cohlmeyer relishes watching people live and work together. He uses his growing experience to understand how Architecture can enhance environments for working, communal interaction and private lives. He is acutely aware of the evolving international dialogue of Architecture and Design, and searches for ways that this rich discourse can contribute to the work we do.
Daniel has practiced Architecture since 2003, gaining experience in Canada and abroad. He worked in Barcelona for two years, and in Montreal for 7 years. Daniel joined Cohlmeyer Architecture in 2009, and he directs the operation of our Montreal office. He has worked as designer and/or project manager on a range of buildings and urban design projects. These include multi-family housing (private and public sectors), institutional and commercial buildings, restoration and renovation, as well as urban design competitions and projects.
Daniel received a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from Mount Allison University. He studied Architecture at Dalhousie University, receiving both a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Architecture, completing his professional training in 2003. He is registered to practice Architecture with the Ordre des Architectes du Québec, and is a Member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Daniel is fluent in French, Spanish and English, and works regularly in all three languages.