Daniel Sullivan

Born and raised in Connecticut’s Litchfield hills, Daniel Sullivan was drawn to New York City by its International Design Community, where he studied at Pratt Institute and received his Bachelor of Architecture with honors in 1991.

Prior to returning to Connecticut and joining Reese Owens Architects, Daniel spent nearly a decade with Gwathmey Siegel & Associates.  Among his projects there were the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami; corporate offices for 21 International Holdings in the Seagram Building; combined apartments in The San Remo and The Directors Guesthouse in East Hampton.

With Reese Owens Architects, Daniel’s projects have been well recognized. They include The Mayflower Spa; the River Building where ROA’s studio overlooks the Shepaug River; Hedgerow House, featured by Architectural Record and honored with an AIA Connecticut Design Award; Mountain Road Residence, recipient of an Award for Design Excellence from AIA New England; and Spectacle Lake Lodge featured in New England Home Magazine.

Daniel resides in Litchfield County with his wife and child.