In the latest issue of Landscape Architecture Magazine, Kevan Williams explores what it takes to start your own landscape architecture firm in ‘Get Started.’ The article features stories, advice and lessons learned from the perspective of 12 different entrepreneurs. Daniel was interviewed alongside a diverse mix of successful firm owners.
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Here’s a snippet from the article:
“The first decision, to move from the dining room to an office downtown, was terrifying,” says Daniel Woodroffe, ASLA, whose Austin, Texas firm, dwg., has grown to a staff of 20 from when he launched it in 2010. That first office, a coworking space that provided a shared conference room and other perks, gave the firm a more professional presence, but also connected it to a community of other professionals – interior designers, artists, and a developer. “It really solidified an important lesson of cross disciplinary collaborative working.” Woodroffe says. The connection with the developer in particular also led to new clients and projects for the firm.