Daniel Jansenson has designed projects all over California. His residential work includes new houses and house remodels throughout the west side of Los Angeles, from Westchester to Brentwood, Santa Monica, Topanga Canyon and the Hollywood Hills. Dan’s projects range in budget and style from modest traditional bungalows to glass-and-steel estates. They are characterized by a balance of expansive, light-filled rooms and small intimate spaces, and close connections between the home interiors and outside gardens.
Dan’s commercial work ranges from dining facilities at UCLA to the redesign of office building lobbies in San Francisco.
He has participated in the extensive remodel and historic refurbishment of the MGM film studio in Culver City, California, designed a specialized off-site commissary kitchen for Tito’s Tacos, and provided facility planning consulting for corporate clients such as Southern California Edison, Toyota and Genentech.
Dan was born in Argentina and raised in Israel and the U.S. He has traveled widely throughout the world and enjoys close relationships with architects world-wide. Dan has a Masters in Architecture degree from the University of Colorado Graduate School of Architecture and Environmental Design. Dan is a licensed, registered architect in the State of California.