Daniel Moore, RIBA


Daniel is a Partner at PLP Architecture who has gained substantial experience working on projects in the United Kingdom and Europe.


Daniel has an excellent understanding of the planning regulations and policies in London having worked on many projects in the capital. He is responsible for the project management of the residential buildings for The Goodsyard, a high-profile mixed-use proposal in Shoreditch for the joint venture between Hammerson UK and The Ballymore Group, and the major residential-led development of Sampson House and Ludgate House on the South Bank, on behalf of The Carlyle Group, that will form a riverside destination and a northern ‘gateway’ to Southwark. Possessing an advanced understanding of facade technology, Daniel led the detailed development of the facades for The Francis Crick Institute, a national research laboratory project (formerly known as UKCMRI) in London.


Projects in the City of London include an office building above a new Crossrail station in Farringdon and the extensive refurbishment of Devonshire Row, a series of buildings on the site of the proposed 5* Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences London at Heron Plaza.


Also in the City, Daniel, while at KPF, worked on the design of The Pinnacle, an office tower of 1 million square feet, which on completion would create the tallest building in London’s Square Mile. His work focused on technical design and the design and detailing of the spiralling terraced roof and the lobby façades at the base of the building. Other projects of significance include the multi award-winning redevelopment of the listed 1930’s Unilever House on Victoria Embankment in London.


Earlier project experience includes Stockley Park III, a new phase at Stockley Park business park including five new office buildings; and a public facilities building in Daventry designed for the local authority. His European projects include Nile House, a nine-storey office building that forms part of the River City Prague urban masterplan on a former railway yard in The Czech Republic.


Daniel received both his RIBA Pt I Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Architecture and his RIBA Pt II Diploma in Architecture from the University of Greenwich (UK) and his RIBA Pt III Professional Practice qualification from London’s South Bank University.