Process architecture team.
FIELDING W. Featherston
Fielding Featherston is an architect and founding member of Process Architecture. In addition to high-rise and small scale infill development in Orlando’s downtown core, Featherston’s work includes a proposed Orlando Commuter Rail Station, a Smartcar Dealership, and residences for a modern housing development in Decatur, Georgia. His designs have been recognized at the local, state and national level and he is the recipient of Design Excellence awards from the American Institute of Architects. Featherston’s work has been exhibited locally and published internationally.
In addition to his work at Process Architecture, Featherston also serves as an adjunct professor of architecture at Valencia College and has been an invited guest critic at the University of Florida School of Architecture, the Ringling College of Art and Design and the University of South Florida.
Featherston received a Bachelor of Design in 2000 and a Master of Architecture from the University of Florida in 2004. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, an NCARB certified architect, and has a license to practice architecture in the state of Florida.
Daniel Harrison joined Process Architecture in September 2015. He’s acting Architect in Training and Project Manager for various projects throughout the firm. His other experiences include commercial, institutional, and residential projects in Arizona and California.
Daniel Harrison graduated from the University of Arizona with an Accredited Bachelors of Architecture in 2006 and immediately worked in a small commercial firm in Tucson. During the Recession, he returned to the U of A to seek a Masters in Planning in 2011 and graduated in 2013. There as a GRA, he studied sustainable design and communities, environmental mitigation, wildlife corridor design, and census data aggregation and statistics. During the final semester, he joined an inter-disciplinary studio of architecture, landscape architecture, and planning. The emphasis was an urban design master plan along 12 miles of the Santa Cruz River west of Tucson, published El Corazon de los Tres Rios del Norte, 2013