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David works at the intersection of urbanism, architecture, and social engagement, striving to create inclusive spaces that impact everyday lives. He seeks to foster community and public benefit through his work, creating synergies between public and private investment and its relationship to infrastructure and the built and natural environment. His versatile background across the different disciplines of design has allowed him to work on various projects that range between mobility and transit, urban redevelopment, and ecological resiliency. His approach to design is centered around community resilience by providing equitable public spaces and amplifying the urban experience. David holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Woodbury University and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University. At Columbia, he received the Lucille Smyer Lowenfish Memorial Prize for the most outstanding portfolio of work in the urban design program.
In his free time, David enjoys traveling and exploring new cities and places all over the world. He is fascinated with visiting new landscapes, engaging with locals, and immersing himself in different cultures.