Mr. Klinck is a graduate of McGill University, Montreal and has over twenty-five years of experience on a variety of project types in both architecture and urban design for private as well as public sector clients. He has taught as session lecturer at the Ryerson University School of Urban Planning in Toronto and was appointed guest advisor to the Department of Engineering at George Brown College. Since joining Diamond and Schmitt Architects in 2000, Daniel has collaborated on diverse architectural commissions in Canada, the U.S. and Israel.
Daniel’s portfolio of architectural work includes a wide range of academic, institutional, commercial, recreational and multi-unit residential new construction as well as renovation projects that range from modest in program and scale to substantial buildings of advanced complexity. Urban design projects include residential communities, historical property redevelopment, and university campus planning. He was Project Architect for the Hebrew University School of Engineering in Jerusalem. Other projects include the redevelopment of Varsity Stadium at the University of Toronto, the Harman Centre for the Arts in Washington D.C., the Automotive Centre for Excellence at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and the Bahen Centre for Information Technology at the University of Toronto.