Daniel Batt

Daniel Batt, AIA, LEED AP

Dan joined Centerbrook Architects in 2008 after working for firms in Massachusetts and earning his masters in architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design.

He has served on design teams for academic and cultural projects, among them buildings for Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania and Yale University. He was project manager for the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center O’Neill buildout, the reimagined Red Barn at Mitchell College, and Connecticut's first cohousing development, known as Rocky Corner.

Dan is a member of the Centerbrook Sustainability Committee, a recipient of a Centerbrook Travel Grant, and has taught at Boston Architecture College.

Prior to his design career, Dan ran his own construction business for four years and was an inveterate world traveler. He trekked across America in a pickup truck (towing his 650 cc motorcycle), circumnavigated the planet another time, and spent nearly three months working on a fishing trawler in the Bering Sea, during the winter. He’s been to Barcelona three times to contemplate Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia.

He takes his two sons to barn-raisings and he and his family live in their third “fixer-upper.”