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Accomplished Project Designer and Leader Bolsters Team with International Pedigree 

Mancini•Duffy, a leading architectural and interiors practice, in expanding its team with the next generation of professionals, has named Daniel Rojas to serve as its Architectural Design Director. Mr. Rojas brings more than a decade of experience to the firm, and a background in high-profile, mixed-use, corporate, hospitality and cultural projects in the United States, Asia, South America and Europe. He brings his expertise and international perspective to complement the expansive architectural, design and planning experience present within the Mancini•Duffy team.

“Mancini•Duffy is an extremely well-rounded firm with an impressive history – I’m excited to add my design narrative to its ongoing story. Working with such talented and established design professionals is a truly wonderful opportunity, and I’m very pleased at the opportunity to become part of this established team,” said Mr. Rojas. “There are many intriguing projects completed and in the works, and it will be wonderful to be part of this firm’s future.”

Mr. Rojas’ experience is comprehensive, and he has been involved in projects such as the 63,000-square-foot conversion from commercial to residential at 15 Union Square West and the 75,000-square-foot James Hotel, both in New York City. Internationally, he worked on Media Corp’s 808,000-square-foot commercial development in Singapore and the 540,000-square-foot New Chongquing library in Chongquing, China, among other works. He received his M. S. in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, a B.S in Architecture from Pratt Institute School of Architecture, and also participated in Pratt’s Rome Program and other Bachelor of Architecture programs in Chile and Colombia.