Daniel Ying How Pan

Lives & works in London, England UK



2004 - 2005:

The Bartlett, University College London

Professional Practice Part 3

1999 - 2002:

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Bachelor of Architecture (BArch Hons) Part 2, First Class

1996 - 1999:

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Architectural Studies (BA w/ Honours) Part 1, Class 2:1



July 2018 - Present:

Freelance Architect and Consultant

Nov 2014 - June 2018: 

Associate at Mae


May 2010 - Oct 2014:

Senior Architect at Mae


Jan 2009 - Apr 2010: 

Freelance Architect & Designer


Aug 2005 - Jan 2009:

Project Architect at Levitt Bernstein

Oct 2002 - Jul 2005:

Architectural Assistant at Chetwoods

Proficiency / Skills


Adobe Suite:

InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop

CAD/BIM software:

Vectorworks, ArchiCAD, AutoCAD, Revit

Microsoft Office:

Word, Excel, Powerpoint 



Hand drawing & model making

Project Publications / Press

'Next phase of leading regeneration project in Barnet proposes to deliver over 1,000 new homes'

Housebuilder & Developer July 2017

Social Housing: Definitions and Design Exemplars

Paul Karakusevic and Abigail Batchelor

RIBA Publishing - May 2017

'Out of the box: councils try innovative projects to provide social housing'

(featuring Hillington Square)

The Guardian - 10th Feb 2017

'Ethics of Estate regeneration'

(featuring Hillington Square)

RIBA Journal June 2016

'Building Study and appraisal of Hillington Square by Mae Architects'

Architects Journal - 26 June 2015

'Top 50 Affordable Developments Revealed'

(featuring Hammond Court) - 04 April 2014

'Scene Stealer'

25 Beautiful Homes - August 2013 

'How social housing in Manchester has reinvented the back-to-back'

The Guardian - 18 December 2012

'Better Homes'

(featuring The Guts)

Architects journal - 08 Nov 2012

'The Use of the Vitual Design Studio for Collaborative Design in Architectural Education'

Daniel Y H Pan & John M Kamara

CIB W89 International Conference on Building Education and Research, BEAR 2003


Please see project pages