Daniele Durante graduated with honors in architecture and has a Ph.D. in design, art, and new technologies. Since 2003 he has been teaching at the Faculty of Architecture at Sapienza University of Rome, and, from 2008, as a professor of the master's in exhibit and public design. In 2016–17 he was a teacher at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ferrara; and was a visiting critic at Cornell in Rome in 2009 and 2014. He is regularly invited to lecture and conduct workshops in different international universities and institutions.
In 2004, Durante founded Studio BV36, where he seeks to combine innovation and research with work practices, taking into account the relationship between architecture, art, and design. His work is focused on residential architecture, school building design, offices, and urban public spaces. He has completed several public and private projects, such as offices, homes, schools, and public spaces; and participated in numerous national and international competitions, receiving several awards.
Durant's projects are published in numerous books, international magazines, and on several architecture and design websites.
- ARCH 3101/3102/4101/4102 Design V/VIDesign and development of complex architectural projects situated in urban contexts and developed with regard to program, site, building, and representation.