2024.05.22


The Madrona House is featured in the current issue of Haeuser Magazine, on newsstands now in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.

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2024.02.13


We are excited to announce our first mixed use mass timber project, 10 NE Cook, has been submitted to the City of Portland for permit review. We hope to break ground summer 2024 with DTA’s new office moving to the building in 2025.

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2023.11.15


We are honored to have received a  Citation Award for the Madrona House at the 2023 Oregon Architecture Awards last week at Portland Art Museum.

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2023.10.12


We are very pleased to have broken ground on DTA’s first multifamily building this past week at the corner of North Lombard and Delaware, adding a new northern gateway into the Arbor Lodge neighborhood.

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2023.09.14


Fall semester 2023, Daniel will be leading a graduate design studio at University of Oregon’s School of Architecture in Portland entitled “Monolith Urbanism: Tectonic Experiments in North Portland” along with Luke Anderson.

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2023.05.19


We are honored to announce that Jade Alley in the Miami Design District has received a 2023 Small Project Award from AIA National.  This project is very special, as it builds on over a decade of alleyway research that Daniel began in Seattle, using a travel scholarship from the local chapter to research alleyway revitalization around the world from Japan to Australia.  He then received this commission during his first semester at Harvard GSD and designed and coordinated the project from his studio desk, it is now a vibrant part of the community.

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2023.05.15


The Madrona House featured in Portrait magazine with article by Emily Zahniser, along with an interview with Daniel

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2022.12.24


The Madrona House featured in NUVO magazine with article by John Gendall

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2022.10.18


The Madrona House was published by the New York Times and will appear in print on Sunday, October 23.  A wonderful story told by Tim McKeough and beautiful photographs by Kevin Scott.

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2022.08.01


The Tree House in Seattle has broken ground and is under construction.  Keep an eye out in the Leschi neighborhood for the sign.

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2022.03.01


Daniel will be a guest speaker at 100 Fold’s Winter Studio conference in Whitefish, Montana on Saturday, March 12, 2022. He will be sharing DTA’s growing body of work, as well as his personal journey of faith through the sacred and the profane.

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Daniel will be leading a tour of DTA’s Alley projects in the Miami Design District on Friday, December 3rd, 2021.

Event Description:
During Art Basel/Design Miami 2021, join Miami Design District for a conversation with renowned architect Daniel Toole, while exploring the architectual wonders of the neighborhood. This Tour explores the Miami Design District’s architecture, including major contributions by Toole such as Jade Alley and Steel Alley. As we stroll through the neighborhood together, curator Thom Wheeler and architect Daniel Toole will consider the history within the neighborhood contributions to the world of architecture. RSVP at link below:

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2021.10.22


“Nature & Materials” - Daniel Toole will present at the 2021 Bend Design Conference discussing the studio’s growing body of work and how it seeks to bring a deeper connection to nature and materials.  Tickets are avaialble for online or in-person attendance at the link below.

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2021.09.01


Permits were issued for DTA’s next house, the Tree House, breaking ground this month in Leschi, Seattle.

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2020.01.28


Daniel will be giving a talk on recent alley projects at the University of Oregon School of Design's Portland campus on Monday February at noon.

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2020.01.02


Siding is being installed at the Madrona House.