Tony Daniels

Cycle Architecture


Tony Daniels is the founding principal of Cycle. His work on major civic projects has given him a deep and practical understanding of how to build outstanding architecture that is valuable to cities and communities. His technical, engineering-oriented, and detailed approach to problem-solving has resulted in the creation of architecture notable for its design quality, environmental sustainability, and integrity. He received his Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Columbia College in 1988. He received a certificate in conservation biology from Columbia’s Center for Environmental Resource Conservation in 2005. He is a Registered Architect in New York, and has earned credentials as a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Passive House designer. He is a prolific songwriter who recorded over 20 songs in his basement during the COVID quarantine.