Daniel D’Oca

Associate Professor in Practice of Urban Planning

Daniel D’Oca is an urban planner. He is principal and co-founder of the New York-based architecture, urban design, and planning firm Interboro Partners, and Associate Professor in Practice in Urban Planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. At Harvard, Daniel coordinates the second-semester core urban planning studio and leads interdisciplinary, client-based option studios on a range of topics, including reparations, fair housing, refugee resettlement, indigenous land use and land rights, and other equity-based issues. With Interboro, Daniel has won many awards for Interboro's participatory, place-based projects, including the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, the Architectural League’s Emerging Voices Award, and the New Practices Award from the AIA. Most recently, Interboro's Campau/Davison/Banglatown Neighborhood Framework Plan in Detroit won both a Regional and Urban Design Award from the American Institute of Architects and a Gold Achievement Award from the American Planning Association. A second edition of Interboro's book The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion—first published in 2017—will be available in late 2020.