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Daniel Koch is an Architect and PhD working as designing architect, writer, researcher and teacher. He is editor of the Journal of Space Syntax and also works as a researcher and teacher at KTH, the School of Architecture.

Graduating from the KTH School of Architecture in 2002, this was followed by a licentiates degree in 2004 and a doctoral thesis in 2007, parallel to which he worked on design projects such as the competition regarding Lund 's Cathedral and the Crafts School in Blåsut, and on urban analysis projects such as the analysis of the Slussen proposals by SpaceScape.

Among publications he has several internationally published scientific papers as well as articles in Arkitektur (Swedish Journal of Architecture), RUM, and SITE Magazine. The Doctoral Thesis Structuring Fashion: Department Stores as Situating Spatial Practice is published by AxlBooks.

After founding Patchwork Daniel has continued to do research at KTH, and has also teach urban design studios and architecture theory. Daniel has been Director of PhD studies, and is currently Director of the inter-disciplinary Masters' Programme in Urban Planning and Design at KTH.