Daniel Liebermann practices in Berkeley, California and at his Point Reyes studio in Marin County. He received his Master of Land Planning and Architecture degrees from Harvard University, and studied for two years with Frank Lloyd Wright at his Taliesin West studio. He has taught at UC Berkeley and Polytechnic University of Turin.
Daniel has made a number of remarkable discoveries in his work. One is that a curvilinear environment is experienced visually and physically as noticeably larger than a rectilinear one. This allows a small home to be perceived as several hundred square feet larger than it actually is.
Daniel has also pioneered in giving aesthetic expression to some remarkably prosaic materials and alternative construction methods.