Dan Kaplan, FAIA, LEED AP, is a Senior Partner at FXCollaborative, a New York City-based architecture, interiors, and planning design firm. Dan serves in a design and leadership capacity for many of the firm’s complex, award-winning projects. Adept at creating large-scale, high-performance buildings and urban designs, he approaches each project with the mission that it must elevate and resonate with the larger urban, cultural, and climactic totality. Notable projects include 1 Willoughby Square (Brooklyn, New York), Allianz Tower (Istanbul, Turkey), Eleven Times Square (Manhattan, New York), and Fubon Financial Center (Fuzhou, China). Dan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and is a registered architect in numerous US states.
Diversity & Inclusion Committee, Programs Manager (2021 – Present)
New York City Chapter, Board Member (2021 – Present)
Annual Conference, Presenter (China 2016; Australia 2017; Chicago 2019)
Annual Conference, Steering Committee (New York 2015)
Innovation Conference, Speaker (Chicago 2018)
Live-Streamed Conference, Presenter (2020)
14 November 2018
29 October 2017
28 October 2015
30 May 2018
Rising 102 meters above a mid-block site, 35XV is a unique, hybrid residential-academic building located in Manhattan’s vibrant Chelsea neighborhood. Utilizing excess development rights from...
28 October 2019
This study examines issues and opportunities around The Bellwether, a 52-story tower located in a 1960s public housing campus in Manhattan. It is the first...
17 October 2016
A FXFOWLE lead team is near completion on a research grant funded by The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority to determine if...