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Gene Daniels has volunteered in many social causes, such as Maryland Humanities Council, Neighborhood Design Center, Kids-in-Design. He was also a Board of Directors/Volunteer at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Maryland, Inc., and was also on the Admission Advisory Board with the Maryland College of Art and Design. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Gene Daniels: A Professional Multidisciplinary Designer/Architect working at Studio D


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Gene Daniels A Professional Multidisciplinary
DesignerArchitect working at Studio D
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Gene Daniels is a designer/architect who
operates his own company in Canada which is known
as Studio D (formerly Daniels Daniels
Associates, Maryland). It was founded in the year
2006 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The practice is a
small full-service, nonprofit design association
that was founded on the belief that design
services should accessible to all. Their mandate
is to design for those who need.
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He serves historically underserved communities
throughout Atlantic Canada and the world. Theyre
made up of interior designers, architects,
engineers, contractors and many other professions
who work for the public good, and who play a
positive role in providing services for some of
the neediest communities.
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Partnering with other likeminded organizations,
Gene Daniels works with some of the neediest,
developing economies around the world. He
strongly believes in working with communities as
opposed to working for them. In doing so, he hope
to build trust, friendship bonds, and an
understanding of how he can better assist
individuals. He seeks and relies upon funding
from a variety of sources including the general
public, government and private foundations.
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Within the last several years, he has focused
exclusively on humanitarian design projects and
research based initiatives which include, eHome -
a modular habitat for natural disaster victims.
eHome was inspired by a Swedish low-tech and
ready-to-assemble furniture. It is a low-cost and
self-built modular structure providing safe and
secure housing for its users. It is simple in
design and yet flexible and durable, which can
also be dismantled easily for relocation,
expansion or recycling. The structure can be
assembled by two people within 45 minutes.
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Gene Daniels also taught at a number of
institutions such as the Maryland Institute
College of Art and Dalhousie University, School
of Architecture and Planning.
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Gene Daniels completed his BFA in General Fine
Arts and Interior Architecture at the Maryland
Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland
and received his Master of Architecture degree in
1994 from Morgan State University, also in
Baltimore, Maryland.
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Gene Daniels has volunteered in many social
causes, such as Maryland Humanities Council,
Neighborhood Design Center, Kids-in-Design. He
was also a Board of Directors/Volunteer at Big
Brothers Big Sisters of Central Maryland, Inc.,
and was also on the Admission Advisory Board with
the Maryland College of Art and Design. For
more information on Studio D, you can visit
http//www.studioddesign.org.
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