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DANIEL SCHROEDL SELECTED WORKS 2017 - 2020

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

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LOEB DRAMA CENTER

MALDEN BP FACADE

CABOT JAZZ STREET


PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE CORGAN DATA CENTERS LOCATION | WORKFLOW |

West End, Dallas TX Revit Lumion Photoshop

Corgan is one of top Data Center firms in the world and I was able to gain experience from early design to final completion of large scale projects. Typically Data Centers have fast turnaround times so working on fast track projects is not uncommon. These are some of the projects in which I took part of design process and did renderings for.

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Cyrus One, New Jersey

This is a three-story addition to an existing data center. Both the exterior shot on the previous page and this interior scene were used in marketing ventures. This interior rendering was submitted to The International Design Awards in 2018.

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Cyrus One, Texas

Located in southwest Texas this Data Center needed to be completed in four months. I participated in all stages of the project including SD, DD, CD and CA phases. Working with manufactures and structural teams I developed metal panel wall sections.

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Iron Mountain, DC

This Data Center was built in two phases on a pre-existing campus. While in schematic design I was asked to work with structural on a canopy system that fit into the owner’s nationwide design language.

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QTS, Virginia

While participating in multiple stages of the design process I was asked to design and visualize two break rooms within the Data Center. I was able to design multiple breakout spaces that became influential within QTS’s marketing division.

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HELIOS DESIGN GROUP LOCATION | WORKFLOW |

Jamaica Plain, Boston MA Revit Photoshop

As an upscale residential firm, Helios gave me the opportunity to work on many stages of the design process. From building entire Revit models and renderings, to on-site walkthroughs, I gained experience in many different levels of the design build process.

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40 Hillside

Having a wide variety of operations, I was responsible for smaller tasks like designing bathroom and kitchen layouts while also being responsible for updating construction documents. I also did the final render production for this residence.

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Turtle Swamp Brewery

Located in Jamaica Plain, this micro brewery was the firm’s first brewery project. A two story facility that took the place of an old auto repair center. I did several renderings for the project within a four day span for a series of investment meetings.

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SYSTEM 7 DESIGN LOCATION | WORKFLOW |

Danvers, Boston MA AutoCAD Illustrator

System 7 specializes in designing lighting, audio, and shade layouts for automation control. I predominately edited and produced construction documents sets for use in the field. I was also responsible for redesigning their booklet graphics for their product manual. This book pertained to shade details and saw use as a reference in the field for installation and marketing purposes.

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LOEB DRAMA CENTER BLACK BOX ADDITION SITE | CONTEXT | TYPOLOGY | PROFESSOR | WORKFLOW |

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Harvard, Cambridge MA 3rd Year, Spring 2016 Drama Center for the Arts Meliti Dikeos Revit Rhino Photoshop


The Loeb Drama center is located near Harvard Square. With an aging facility designed in the 1950’s, the objective for this project was to build a new addition to the existing theatre space. The new addition was heavily impacted by the surrounding context within the conceptual phase. The sites location saw the building being approached more often by the Cambridge city center. Due to this, the form of the building was designed to activate the circulation and create an interaction between theatre and the outside environment. Exposing movement while creating a clear path within the interior became the catalyst to achieve these goals.

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The form allows for the building to have interaction with the sidewalk and road that pass by. The main entrance is pushed out while the building slopes up to emphasize a large multiuse dance room. This form sits on top of the old theatre.

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First Floor Plan 1. Lobby 2. Mix Use Theatre 3. Prop Creation 4. Green Room 5. Box Office 6. Vestibule

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Second Floor Plan 1. Cafe 2. Kitchen/Lounge 3. Sewing Room


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Third Floor Plan 1. Library 2. Classroom 3. Conference Room 4. Office Lounge

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Fourth Floor Plan 1. Black Box Theatre 2. Classroom 3. Green Room 4. Mens Dressing 5. Woman Dressing 6. Storage

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MALDEN BP FACADE SITE | CONTEXT | TYPOLOGY | PROFESSOR | WORKFLOW |

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Malden, MA 4th Year, Spring 2017 Business Park Mark Pasnik Rhino Grasshopper

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This six week endeavour was meant to be an exercise to create a well thought out facade design that could give depth to a building elevation. The design consists of a panel system that runs along a tray-like structure. The panels can have different forms and materiality depending on the locations, context, or region. The program that this system is applied to is a business park in Malden, MA.

Historical Facade

Modern Facade

Corner Study

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Smooth curve Perforated Wave

Ribbed edges Vertical garden

Jagged edges Urban brick

Sharp inset Warm corten

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Shadow Box Detail In order to hide the transition between structure and glass a shadow box was used. This hides the floor plate and allows the glass to have a gradient.

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Depth tray

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First Floor

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CABOT JAZZ STREET TACTICAL URBANISM SITE | CONTEXT | TYPOLOGY | PROFESSOR | WORKFLOW |

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West Roxbury, Boston MA 5th Year, Fall 2017 Performance market Mark Pasnik SketchUp Rhino Photoshop


Wally’s Cafe

Musician’s Playground

New England Conservatory

Flutistry Boston

Jordan Hall

Stade’s Bar and Grille

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Ruggles Station

N.U Music Department

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West Roxbury, MA

This location in West Roxbury is home to a deep jazz history that carries on today. This project focuses on giving this history a place to reveal itself while also providing a venue for festivals and markets. Utilizing tactical urbanism in a way to allow these things to happen on one street was the challenge.


The solution was to transform the street with a non-permanent installation that used its typology to allow multiple uses at once. Through the site forces that impact the street and the direction of potential users the orientation of the materiality and the tectonics of the system were established. Davenport St.

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Unit Typology

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Sitting Unit

This unit was designed to allow for relaxing during and post events.

Anchor Unit

Being tied into the landscape was an import concept for the proposal. This unit allows the cable system to meet the ground through seating.

Selling Unit

Several units are selling stalls. Whether selling food or merchandise, these stalls have counters that can provide seating and retail space.

Performance Unit

A performance stage with storage and acoustic qualities is shared with the bus station. The cable system is tied into the ground and storage is also provided for the grounds

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Jazz Street - Performance

Market Street - Festival

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