Daniel Fougere received a Master of Architecture degree with honors from the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning and holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Roger Williams University. While at Taubman College, Daniel served as the FABLab Coordinator where he managed and scheduled the CNC Router and Water-Jet job requests from both students and faculty.

His interests include the performance of adaptive architecture, computational design and digital fabrication where, with research and prototyping, the development for holistic sustainable design can be expanded.


Taubman College School of Architecture & Urban Planning / University of Michigan / Master of Architecture - 2016 
                 Thesis : "Concrete Lattice // Unitized Architecture of Assembly"

School of Art, Architecture & Historic Preservation / Roger Williams University / Bachelor of Science in Architecture - 2013

The Institute at Palazzo Rucellai / Study Abroad - Florence, Italy - 2012


Works Progress Architecture / Designer - Portland, OR [Sept. 2016 - Present]

Synecdoche Design Studio / Designer + Fabricator - Ann Arbor, MI [6 weeks]

Taubman College CNC / Waterjet Coordinator & Lab Assistant - Ann Arbor, MI [2 years]

Baker Design Group / Architectural Designer - Boston, MA [1 year + 4 months]

Vision 3 Architects / Architectural Internship - Providence, RI [4 months]


ARCC 2017 Conference - Architecture of Complexity / Concrete Lattice: Unitized Architecture of Assembly
Ryan Goold, Daniel Fougere, Tsz Yan Ng & Wes McGee

ACADIA 2017 Disciplines & Disruptions / 
Concrete Lattice: Unitized Architecture of Assembly
Ryan Goold, Daniel Fougere, Tsz Yan Ng & Wes McGee

ACADIA 2015 Computational Ecologies: Design in the Anthropocene / Pneuma-Technics: Methods for Soft Adaptive Environments
Daniel Fougere, Ryan Goold & Kathy Velikov

October Issue of AND Architettura Magazine / Advanced Urban Design Studio project in Castiglione Della Pescaia, Italy.
Daniel Fougere & Andres Daza


ACADIA Student Grant

Roger Williams University Scholarship

Souhegan Valley Dollars for Scholars Scholarship

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

Awards & Organizations

Taubman College Architecture Student Exhibition, 2016 / First Place Award for Jiangmen Park Plaza Project

Taubman College Architecture Student Exhibition, 2015 / The work was displayed for one week in the CMYK Gallery.

Student Studio Mentor / Mentored 10-15 first year architecture students in their design studio

AIAS / American Institute of Architecture Students

Eco-Rep / Helped to insure Roger Williams University was at the forefront of sustainability issues.


Revit  /  Rhino / Grasshopper / Dynamo / Python [beginner] / Sketch-Up / 3-Axis CNC Mill / Water-Jet /  7-Axis Robotics / Photography / Fabrication / 3D Printing / Welding / Woodworking / Graphic Design