Daniel Willis is interested in the relationship between architecture and technological change; architectural theories of details and construction methods; and historical and future trends in architectural practice and education. His creative work focuses on architectural drawing and design with an emphasis on details.
- B.ARCH from Carnegie Mellon University
- MS from The Pennsylvania State University
- Architectural Design III
Honors + Awards
- The Dr. James Robinson Equal Opportunity Award, Penn State.
- Department nominee for College of Arts and Architecture Teaching Award, Penn State.
- Middle Pennsylvania Chapter Silver Medal AIA Design Award, November. L. D. Astorino & Associates Recreation Building Main Gymnasium Renovations, Penn State.
- Middle Pennsylvania Chapter AIA Research Award, November, The Emerald City and Other Essays Princeton Architectural Press.
- Competition-winning Project: Landscapes of the 21st Century Competition, Landscape Architecture magazine, Edgar Allan Poe Memorial December.
- Competition-winning Project: Project Atlas International Competition-Forum, The Storefront for Art & Architecture, New York, September.
- Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize for Excellence in the Graphic Representation of Architecture, October.
- Built Works
In the News
- Graphic design students earn United Designs Alliance international awards
- Penn State mourns the loss of architecture professor emeritus, alum Lou Inserra
- Lou Inserra: A Tribute to a Colleague, Mentor and Friend
- Willis receives distinguished teaching award
- Stuckeman School studio breaks down disciplinary lines through design
- Willis Named Stuckeman Professor of Advanced Design Studies