I realize the client’s vision – and bring it to life.
Daniel Emery of Daniel Emery Architect has more than a decade of experience and specializes in small projects such as additions, basement renovations & kitchen renovations, and larger scale projects like historic adaptive reuse and historically sympathetic designs, energy efficient and green, LEED new home designs. His Craftsman & Arts and Crafts homes can be seen throughout the PA, NJ and DE areas surrounding Philadelphia.
Based in Fort Washington, PA, Daniel Emery Architecture offers individualized service. Clients are never remanded to junior staff. Attention to detail is paramount – and Daniel Emery’s design process often reveals opportunities to improve the final structure, simplify construction and result in better flowing layout, historic reverence with a new space that is uniquely yours. Call or complete the Contact form to get started on your new design.

About Dan Emery

I got my first taste of construction as a teenager working with my father (a Structural engineer) building two additions to our 1880′s farmhouse. Later, I worked with my brother on various small construction projects. While earning my first degree (Geography) I worked summers as a draftsman in my father’s engineering firm. After a 4 year stint working for the defence department I decided to return to building and design. Since 1989, I have worked continuously in the architectural/construction field.

In 1992 I entered Drexel’s Bachelors of Architecture evening program graduating in 2000, Magna Cum Laude, and with Highest GPA in class. I was also awarded the AIA student medal. In 2003, I gained my First Registration in Pennsylvania. I have since added registrations in Delaware and New Jersey.

In addition to my architectural business, I am an Adjunct Professor at Arcadia University; primarily teaching architectural history. I have also taught architectural graphics, and have acted as Interior design thesis advisor. At Eastern University I am an Adjunct Professor of Music, teaching Scottish bagpipes.

Society Memberships:

NCARB certified
National Trust for Historic preservation
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

Public Service:

Upper Dublin Township Code review board
Upper Dublin Township Historical Commission

Other Non-work Related:

Play Scottish bagpipes and flute Semi-professionally.


AIA Philadelphia
AIA National
Institute of Classical Architecture and art
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

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1007 Hawthorne Lane
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