(São Paulo | 1980)
Graduated from Mackenzie University School of Architecture and Urbanism in 2003 with the Miguel Forte and Telésforo Cristófani Prizes for his final work ‘Communication and Information in Architecture of the Digital Age’. Completed his Master´s Degree at the University of São Paulo-SAU in 2012 with the dissertation ‘Three-Dimensional Acts: Manifestations of Existence (Interfaces between Architecture and Sculpture)’. Professor at Mackenzie-SAU graduate and postgraduate programs since 2010 and at Escola da Cidade since 2015, having also taught at Senac-SAU.
He has worked in important architecture offices in São Paulo (Brazil), Mexico City D.F. (Mexico) and Barcelona (Spain). After professional experiences in his country and abroad, he consolidated his practice by founding the CHN office (2007), later Corsi Hirano Arquitetos (2010). In 2018, the office assumes a new structure as Atelier Daniel Corsi (ADC), an architectural base established in São Paulo, whose activities embrace the fields of Architecture, Urbanism and Design, as well as Academic Researches.
He has received several national and international prizes in competitions as the 1st Prize for the QNR 06 Housing Sector Urbanism and Architecture Projects National Architecture Public Competition – Ceiândia (2018), 1st Prize for the Porto Alegre City Hall Administrative Headquarters National Architecture Public Competition - Rio Grande do Sul (2014), 1st Prize for the Exploratory Science Museum of Unicamp International Architecture Public Competition (2009), 1st Prize for the TRT Law Courts Complex 18th Region National Architecture Public Competition (2007) and the 2nd Prize for the Global House International Competition (2005).
His works have already been exhibited at Architecture Biennials in Brazil and abroad, including the 12ª, 14ª and 16ª Mostra Internazionale di Architettura della Biennale di Venezia (2010, 2014 and 2018) and the DAM - Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt (2013), where their completed work for the TRT Law Courts Forum became part of the permanent collection.
His buildings have also received several recognitions such as the Honorable Mention in the AsBEA Prize (Brazilian Association of Architecture Offices) in 2012 for the TRT Law Courts Forum in Goiânia and, for the AV Houses, the Winner prizes in the O Melhor da Arquitetura (Editora Abril) in 2013 and in the W Award (Ministério da Cultura e Instituto São Paulo de Arte e Cultura) in 2014.
Certain that the practice of architecture should also be involved with academic thinking, he sustains a strong connection with researches, workshops and universities.
Arq. Giovanna do Val Custódio
Arq, Christian Salmeron
Arq. Lucas Dalcim
Estag. Ana Luiza de Mello Ward
(em ordem cronológica | 2007-2020)
Thais Velasco, Sergio Matera, Andrea Key Abe, Tais Lie Okano, Renato Borba, Pamella Porto Kaninski, Lídia Neves Martello, Amanda Nascimento Higuti, Tatiana Hummel, Jenniffer Angelin dos Reis, Samira Rodrigues de Araujo Batista, Tomas Antonio Giannattasio Bozeda, Elis Cristina Morales dos Santos, Henrique te Winkel, Marina de Aquino Pereira Nunes, Rui Miguel Sousa de Jesus, Cristiano Catanzaro Zan, Horacio Fernandez del Castillo, Caroline Bo Ram Jun, Anna Juni, André Ko, Karen Doho, Bernardo Pinho Rodrigues, Samara Zukovsky, Lorena Sierra Valdivieso, Luciana Engel, Adriana Godoy, Fausto Akihiro Chino, Vinícius Vitoriano Barbosa, Laís Labate D’Almeida e Silva, Felipe Fuchs, Fabio Ligotti Carneiro, Thiago Maurelio, Tatiana Otani Nishi, Alexandre Gil, Gabriela Meyer Torres, Julia Urquijo Lazcano, Natalia Campilongo, Eduardo Dugaich, Bruno Suman, Stephany Altruda, Ronielle Laurentino, Gabriel Granado e Sá, Pedro Lindenberg Motta, Pedro Wendling Pontes, Gustavo Costa Dias, Ana Luiza de Mello, Maria Beatriz Indolfo, Laura Cardone, Gabriela Lamanna Soares