Danielle joined Hansen Partnership in 2013 during her final year of university. Having previously worked in statutory planning, urban design and landscape architecture fields, she brings an integrated perspective to her design-centred role. Her experience extends to both regional and metropolitan local governments instilling a thorough appreciation of the vast complexities involved within individual projects in varying contexts.
Danielle maintains strong interests within the academic realm of landscape architecture and design theory, previously working as an editor for Kerb Journal of Landscape Architecture – an annual cross-disciplinary design publication produced by the RMIT University School of Architecture and Design.
Danielle’s multi-disciplinary background embraces an extensive realm of design disciplines from conceptual design development to design analysis. She has been involved in a variety of urban planning, landscape architecture and urban design projects including master plans, frameworks and structure plans, visual assessments, urban design guidelines and assessments, development applications and expert evidence.