Daniel Pearl is co-founder of L’OEUF (L’Office de l’éclectisme urbain et fonctionnel). He is a tenured half-time associate professor at the school of architecture at “la faculté de l’aménagement” of Université de Montréal (UdeM) and is the founding Chair of the CAGBC (Canada Green Building Council) academic education committee.
From site selection and analysis, program development and community planning, to innovative community scale green infrastructure, L’OEUF’s built work has reflected a balanced approach to evaluating multiple facets of a project right from the outset of a project by way of IDP (Integrated Design Process).
Through his work with L’OEUF, Daniel has won numerous awards for his achievements in sustainability and his work promoting community empowerment and self-sustaining measures for neighbourhood redevelopment. These include the North American first prize (Gold Award) for sustainable construction from the HOLCIM Foundation in September 2005.