David Heaton is an architect, designer, and artist. His work investigates the complex interactions of people and space, researching material behaviors, and visualizing those findings. His work has taken multiple forms from drawing and animation to full scale interactive pavilions and architecture.
David has won or placed in multiple architectural competitions and has designed and built several pavilions and interactive installations, including one for the UNESCO City of Light Festival in Jena, Germany and another pavilion that was part of the Seoul Architecture Biennale.
David earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University at Buffalo graduating summa cum laude. He continued on at the university to receive his M.Arch and was awarded the King Student Medal for Best Thesis. He also received a Master’s of Science in Media Architecture from the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.
David is currently an associate at
Studio Daniel Libeskind.