Danny Ortega

Architectural Intern
Key Projects:
  • UNL Love Library Renovation
  • Trinity Lutheran Church

Danny Ortega

Architectural Intern

Danny was born and raised in Crete, NE. Growing up, he spent a lot of time drawing, playing sports and being involved in the small tight-knit community.

Since going to school, Danny’s interest in architectural representation–a continually growing and changing way on to how we see objects, ideas, and thoughts through an architectural standpoint–has grown. He views architectural representation as a way to begin creating new and different ways one can understand architecture.

Outside of working in the architecture world, Danny enjoys committing to a healthy lifestyle and traveling. He enjoys powerlifting at the gym and running long distance, along with spontaneous road trips.

 

What is your favorite place you have visited?
New York City and Barcelona, Spain

What are you optimistic about?
I’m optimistic about having an opportunity to work at BVH and the chance to work on projects I’m passionate about.

How do you engage in your community?
I like to engage in the community by getting involved in social and professional groups and organizations, either on or off-campus.

What is your area of interest or research?
As a student right now, I’m currently reading, researching and getting a better understanding of architectural theory.

What is your inspiration?
I find inspiration from countless people and things. Right now, I’m especially inspired by Louis Kahn and Rem Koolhaas’ work and research.