Tony Daniels, AIA
Certified Passive House Designer
Cycle Architecture + Planning
Tony Daniels is the principal of Cycle Architecture + Planning. A licensed architect in New York, he is a member of the American Institute of Architects, a LEED Accredited Professional and a Certified Passive House Designer. 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, including the award-winning energy-generating shed that stretches over Coney Island¹s Stillwell Terminal. Recently working with New York City¹s Build it Back program in the neighborhoods of Sheepshead Bay and Gerritsen Beach, Tony has prepared designs for the lifting and reconstruction of one and two family residences that were damaged and destroyed after Hurricane Sandy. This work included design of new foundations and repairs, and design for the reconstruction of several homes that were in too poor condition to be lifted. With a commitment to energy efficiency and a progression towards zero-carbon structures, his firm seeks out projects that have social value and a strong civic architecture.