Founded by British Architect Daniel Statham in 2006 in London, Daniel Statham Architects is an innovative architecture practice focus on creating unique, futuristic design that breaking traditional boarder with attention to the humanity well-being, environment, and culture.
The practice has worked and delivered projects for the United Nations HQ , Times Square Redevelopment in New York, the Singapore Pavilion for EXPO 2010 Shanghai, the Buddhist Cultural Museum, CDL HQ in Singapore, Peace Bird Headquarters and to work with Santiago Calatrava on the facade of the Chicago Spire in the United States etc. Some of our clients and works also include Samsung, Virgin Atlantic, Singapore Government, British Telecom, Jie Fang News Group, Yunan Government, Shanghai Fashion Weekend, Burning Man US just to name a few.
In 2016, the practice has opened its Asian office based in Shanghai together with Chinese Partner Annie Feng.
The practice to date has worked in variety of sectors across Asia, America and Europe and currently working on variety projects.
Much of his earlier work after graduating from University College London was collaboration with artists Langlands & Bell, Juan Munoz and Marc Quinn from the Art Agent White Cube, in addition to developing innovative techniques in construction with Atelier One.
Professional experience was enhanced further working under Norman Foster in the late 1990’s on projects Chek Lap Kok Airport Hong Kong, Swiss RE Tower London and Fosters’s personal private house in the South of France near St Tropez.
In 2004 Daniel worked alongside the award winning British Product Designers Barber Osgerby to deliver the Stella McCartney Flagship Store, Mayfair, London for Gucci Group under the supervision of Tom Ford. Then in 2006, Daniel delivery the project for the first over sea exhibition of China’s Terracotta Army at the British Museum , London, and officially founded the practice.
Daniel has tutored and lectured at several design events and schools in London and China, including the Architectural Association, University of the Arts, London Westminster School of Architecture and Tongji University.