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George Danison

Design Intern

George became interested in architecture in high school when he participated in an “Odyssey of the Mind” competition. Collaborating closely with his teammates to bring their ideas to life, George was immersed in creative problem-solving and design fabrication, setting him on a path to become a designer.

During his studies at Northeastern University, George gained valuable experience in multi-family housing design. Recently, he developed a form-based zoning code for downtown Canton that aligns with the town’s context, history, and demographics, paving the way for future development. Additionally, George collaborated with sustainability and building reuse experts on the CARE Tool, investigating buildings in downtown Boston for potential office-to-residential conversions.

Outside of the office, George enjoys experimenting with different music mediums and is currently learning how to DJ. He loves all genres of music and is eager to improve his turntable skills.



As an architecture student, I'm excited to share my perspectives and planning experiences with Goody Clancy and learn from them in turn.
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