Daniel Taranto

Senior Associate


“I believe the best architecture comes from listening to your client and working with their needs and desires before committing to an idea.”

Daniel Taranto is a vital and highly valued member of the mixed-use team. Over his 28 year career to date, he has established an in-depth working knowledge spanning a diverse range of sectors including sports and recreation facilities, aquatic centres, retail, education, research labs, community centres, multi-residential and domestic residential.

It is this diverse background which has given him the ability to see all the moving parts in a project whilst keeping the vision and big picture in clear view.

In his role as a Senior Associate and a Senior Project Leader he is responsible for the day to day management of a large volume of complex projects, guiding the team through all stages of project delivery.

Daniel possesses a rare combination of positive attitude, high level of skill and the natural ability to lead. He is a people person who is able to bring everyone along on the journey, providing integral support and motivation to the project team and yielding confidence and respect from clients.

Daniel is particularly skilled at forming strong client relationships and networks, working closely with the client to formulate a robust brief and managing their expectations throughout the process.

Selected Work

Tribeca Laneway Tribeca Laneway

Tribeca Village

Tribecca Village was created with a bold vision: to provide a delicate balance of urban, natural coastal and rural residential within a living environment.

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88 Johnston St Office

This new 8 storey, 8,000sqm office building has been designed to reflect the history of the local context, and provide a contemporary aesthetic that captures the culture and dynamic identity of the neighbourhood.

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ClarkeHopkinsClarke Studio

The ClarkeHopkinsClarke studio creates a work environment that blurs the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces, and supports creativity, productivity and community.