Daniel Wright – Associate Partner

Daniel Wright – Associate Partner

Daniel combines a clear vision with a huge knowledge of structural steelwork, both in terms of design and feasibility. On Lyon-Saint Exupery Airport he pushed us to another level in terms of architectural structural steel. His lead focused the whole team on successfully delivering a challenging structural concept.

Nuno Neves, Bysteel


Daniel’s experience encompasses a wide range of typologies - airports, residential, offices and public buildings - and at all stages, from competition, feasibility to post-contract. He was the site representative on both Paddington Waterside and Senedd Cymru | Welsh Parliament and worked on the NEO Bankside and Riverlight residential towers in London in their early stages.

Daniel worked on The Leadenhall Building in The City of London during the scheme design phase, and again during the tender and construction phases where he was responsible for the cladding and steel structure of the building’s north core. He was also the lead for the steel and concrete structural frame at Terminal 1 Lyon-St Exupéry Airport. 

More recently he has been the project architect for Carlton House Terrace, an adaptive reuse scheme for an office in central London, in addition to working on competition bids.

Daniel is a member of the RSHP Recruitment Team and mentors junior staff members. He has also taught post-graduate students at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL where he has been a practice tutor and crit juror for the fourth year Design Realisation module. He is currently a guest crit juror for Unit 14.

Outside of work, Daniel is a Trustee of The Art Academy, an independent art school in London.