Danielle Cerone, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Trained in architecture as well as landscape architecture Danielle’s experiences range from large scale urban master plans to transformative interior renovations in New York and abroad. She approaches a scheme of complexity in geometry and scope with a refined work flow and integrated collaboration with clients and consultants. She believes that good design must have respect for a project’s environmental, economic and social contexts. To contribute meaningfully in design is to create spaces that are contextually and sustainably rich, functionally clear and engaging and fun to inhabit. At Marvel Architects she is leading the day to day design of the 26,620sf interior fit out of Brooklyn Public Library and the 125,000sf mix use residential building on Jerome Avenue in the Bronx.