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Daniel Chieng


Bachelor of Architecture,
Curtin University of Technology


Professional Experience

Daniel Chieng has 18 years of experience spanning commercial, residential, retail, mixed-use, workplace, and master planning projects. An architect with diverse skills, he has led projects across all stages including concept design, design development, stakeholder engagement, construction documentation and delivery.

Mixed-used projects that contribute to vibrant precincts have become a recurring theme in Daniel’s career. His portfolio includes senior roles on several major projects within Sydney’s Barangaroo precinct, a major retail and commercial complex on Pitt Street Mall, and the landmark Wynyard Place in Sydney’s CBD. Each of these projects looked beyond their physical sites to encompass broader considerations such as urban regeneration, placemaking, and the connection between private and public space. Daniel has also accumulated experience working on several sensitive heritage restoration projects within larger precincts.

His work is underpinned by gaining an in-depth understanding of client needs, values and priorities. Daniel is passionate about facilitating a collaborative design process involving clients, stakeholders and design team members to achieve exceptional outcomes.