Daniel Inocente Jr.
Member of AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC)
Daniel Inocente is an Architect, Space Architect, Professor of Architecture at Arizona State University and Founder of ATOM. His experience includes designing and developing projects across multiple sectors, including commercial, transportation, aviation, government, culture, science, education, and residential. He previously worked for Gehry Partners, HKS and Skidmore, Owings and Merrill in New York. His most recent roles include working as a Senior Space Architect at Blue Origin and Professor of Architecture at Arizona State University. His unique skill set across disciplines enable him to bring together diverse teams and foster cross-sector collaboration. Projects he has worked on include the Zhuhai Tower, Guiyang World Trade Center, Guggenheim in Abu Dhabi, Battersea Development in London and Tour Charenton in Paris. Daniel has also worked in the Aerospace industry, helping build and lead space sector partnerships with government, academia and commercial partners. As a Senior Space Architect at Blue Origin he focuses on Space Architecture including commercial space stations, habitation and human space vehicles. He integrates interdisciplinary and diverse ideas, leveraging his combined knowledge of architecture, technology and space architecture.