Associated with the firm network

Barnes, Edward Larabee and Lee, John M.Y., and Partners

Professional History


Design Associate, Edward Larabee Barnes / John M.Y. Lee and Partners, Architects, New York, NY, c. 1988-1990. Casey worked as the design-team leader on the University of Washington's Allen Library in 1988-1990.

Principal, Daniel T. Casey, Architect, New York, NY, 1993- .

Coordinating Architect for Physical Planning, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1996- .


B.Arch., University of Texas, Austin, TX.


An article in the Princeton Weekly Bulletin September 28, 1998 summarized Casey's career up to that point: "Though he has always been interested in campus design, Casey has also had many years of experience as an architect of large buildings, mostly educational and cultural institutions. Among his better known projects are those he led as an associate at the New York firm of Edward Larrabee Barnes Associates, such as the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, which houses the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's European art collection; the Allen Library at the University of Washington, Seattle; and the Dallas Museum of Art (for which he won the New York State AIA Design Award)." Casey's experience working on college campuses facilitated his appointment as Coordinating Architect for Physical Planning at Princeton University in 1996. (See Caroline Moseley, "Building relationships," Princeton Weekly Bulletin, 09/28/1998, online atAccessed 09/21/2011.)

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