Jeffrey Daniels, FAIA
Jeffrey Daniels is the principal of Jeffrey Daniels Architects. Born and raised in New York City, he earned a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and an M.Arch from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After graduating he worked for the Taller de Arquitectura of Ricardo Bofill in Barcelona, Spain. He then came to Los Angeles to take a position in the office of Frank Gehry & Associates. In 1980 he left to form his own firm, Grinstein/Daniels, as principal in charge of design. In 1993 he formed Jeffrey Daniels Architects.
In 2016, Jeffrey was elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.

The architectural works designed by Jeffrey Daniels include the David Hockney Residence, the offices for Virgin Records, New York, the Edythe and Eli Broad Painting Studios for the California Institute of the Arts, restaurant interiors for Chaya Brasserie, Chaya Venice, Typhoon and Opus as well as the award winning Kentucky Fried Chicken building on Western Avenue. Daniels' work has been featured in numerous publications and books, including LA Architecture by James Steele and Heteropolis by Charles Jencks. A selection of his work formed part of an exhibition on Los Angeles architecture at the Gammel Dok Architecture Center in Copenhagen. His residential work was also included in the Architecture 101/New Blood Exhibit at the Pacific Design Center. Most recently his work was selected to be part of Overdrive: LA Constructs the Future, an architectural exhibit at the Getty Museum. He received an AIA Los Angeles Chapter Honorable Mention Award for his Project New Hope Apartments, a special housing project for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

Jeffrey Daniels is dedicated to making works of architecture that enhance communities by bringing passion and imagination to environments that inspire people to achieve extraordinary lives. Recent projects include the Ventura County Discovery Center, a new science center for children in Thousand Oaks, California, the Wyndham Hotel near Los Angeles International Airport and the Palisades Beach Road Residence, a titanium-clad private residence on the Santa Monica Beach Promenade.