Miller Hull

Danielle Buttacavoli

AIA, Principal

San Diego Studio

Danielle Buttacavoli is a Principal with Miller Hull’s San Diego studio bringing nearly 20 years of experience designing dynamic and equitable spaces. Her roles as architect, urban designer, and community planner have equipped her with a design approach that is both holistic and user-centric, prompting her to consider the macro – the large-scale collective and context – while also designing for the individual.

Danielle centers her work around reinforcing connections, be they between people, indoors and outdoors, or communities. Her work spans a wide array of sectors such as affordable housing, education, multifamily residential, civic, and mixed-use; and she has led many projects that are exemplars both in their service to humans and their respect for the environment. Danielle is also deeply committed to creating spaces for those who are often excluded from society, and enjoys finding ways to engage and facilitate conversations among these populations.

Dedicated to spatial equity, human engagement, and good stewardship, Danielle works to comprehensively integrate systems on her projects to meet economic, social, and physical sustainability goals. The resulting designs promote inclusivity and wellness.   Danielle received a Bachelor of Architecture & Urban Studies from Yale University, and a Master of Architecture at the University of Sydney. After serving as San Diego AIA COTE chair between 2014 and 2016, Danielle is now an active member of SCUP and the San Diego Housing Federation.

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