- M.Arch, University of Florida, 2012
- B.A., Philosophy, University of South Florida, 2005
Daniel Luis Martinez is an architectural designer, educator, and co-founder of LAA Office: a multi-disciplinary design studio and think-tank that explores the intersection of landscape, art, and architecture. His research and creative work investigates the transformation of undervalued sites through a synthesis of public art and public space design. He is currently an assistant professor at Indiana University’s J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program and is a faculty affiliate of the Center for Rural Engagement. He was named an Exhibit Columbus University Design Research Fellow in 2019 and was the recipient of an AIA Henry Adams Medal in 2012. Daniel has worked at leading architectural firms, including Allied Works and Weiss/Manfredi, and his writing has been published in notable architectural journals, including Mas Context, San Rocco, and Clog.