Danny Forster & Architecture
Danny Forster is an architect, TV host and producer, professor, and public speaker.
At Danny Forster & Architecture, Danny designs places that will have a lasting impact on the fields of architecture and interior design, including the tallest modular hotel in the world, under construction in Manhattan; and the world’s first 5-star modular resort, on the island of Nevis. DF&A enjoys a reputation for material innovation and aesthetic vision based on a wide range of work: from Taylor Swift’s Manhattan home to international hotel chain branding to master planning in Charlotte to towers at the World Trade Center and Hudson Yards.
An Emmy-award-winning director/producer, Danny hosted and produced the popular Discovery Channel series Build It Bigger, exploring groundbreaking projects around the world. With Steven Spielberg, Danny created and directed Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero. Current work includes How China Works, on Discovery Networks; Revolutions, a PBS/BBC series; and Prefab Nation, on the FYI Network.
A professor of architecture, Danny teaches a course on sustainable design at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Recent speaking engagements include a 2014 TED talk in Traverse City, Mich.; the 2015 AVEVA World Summit in Dubai; and the 2018 AGC of Washington Annual Convention.