With the firm since 2019, Daniel Bosia has more than two decades of experience in the structural design of complex high-profile projects. An expert in form-finding, lightweight long-span structures and building envelopes, Daniel has a broad background in leading multidisciplinary engineering projects. He has collaborated with international architects, from the early conceptual stage through to detailed design and construction, providing innovative technical solutions for a range of projects. His project portfolio includes the Bloomberg European headquarters in London, Scottish Parliament Building in Edinburgh, Arnhem Centraal railway station in The Netherlands and cultural landmarks such as Morocco’s Grande Theatre of Rabat and National Taichung Theater in Taiwan. He has also worked on tech campuses, including Google’s new headquarters in Mountain View, California, innovative footbridges, like the Pedro e Inês in Portugal, the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2002 art installation in London and Vessel in New York City’s Hudson Yards.
MSc, Structural and Bridge Engineering, University of Surrey
MArch, Politecnico di Torino
Daniel shares his passion for complex and innovative structural design through lectures, workshops and by serving as visiting professor at institutions across Europe and North America.