Aesthetic Effect, LLC + Daniel L. McPeak, AIA | NCARB Architect
Formally trained in Architecture in Europe and in the United States, Mr. McPeak has embraced a Global Philosophy and Approach to create projects that are responsive to the ever changing environment that we live, work, and play in.
As Visionary, Entrepreneur, Owner and Principal; Daniel L. McPeak RA AIA NCARB utilizes top notch business and artistic skills to construct a physical venue to accommodate the expectations and needs of clientele by achieving the highest caliber of service and design. Not limiting involvement to Private Clientele, the firm also serves as consultant to other Architects of Record, Design Firms, General Contractors, Code Officials and Academic Entities.
Aesthetic Effect, LLC has developed a sensibility to style that encompasses all without specific archetype.
Our commitment to collaborate effectively and efficiently inspires our clientele to realize dreams by being actively involved in the process of the project are quintessential to success. Projects out of solitary significance of self to the warm embrace of family, community and society; distinctive and yet functional spaces emerge that capture the inherent qualities of each Client.
Reputation marks the firm for the design of high quality projects in locales that range from the Ocean Coasts of New England, Deserts of the Southwest, Mountain Regions, Open Spaces of the Midwest and to the Islands of the Caribbean. Where you are we are.
Mr. McPeak has earned a Master of Architecture with Distinction from the University of Michigan and studied Architecture and cultures abroad. He is also a Registered Architect in Massachusetts, Arizona, and Nevada, works toward sustainable solutions. He continues to stay on the leading edge of practice by augmenting professional education with membership to the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Friends of the Taliesin Fellows (FTF), Preservation Trust of Frank Lloyd Wright, University of Michigan Alumni Association (UMAA), Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), and the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). Nation Council of Architecture Registration Board (NCARB) certification allows licensure to any state where projects materialize.