Tony Daniels is the founding principal of Cycle. His work on major civic projects has given him a deep and practical understanding of how to build outstanding architecture that is valuable to cities and communities. His technical, engineering-oriented, and detailed approach to problem-solving has resulted in the creation of architecture notable for its design quality, environmental sustainability, and integrity. He received his Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Columbia College in 1988. He received a certificate in conservation biology from Columbia’s Center for Environmental Resource Conservation in 2005. He is licensed in New York and is a LEED Accredited Professional, a Certified Passive House Designer, and a member of the American Institute of Architects. As a self-proclaimed "semi-skilled" guitarist, he also plays a mean cover of Al Green's Love and Happiness.
Caitlin joined Cycle in 2014 and has since worked on a broad range of the firm’s projects. Previously Caitlin’s passion for sustainable development led her to work on the planning, design and construction of community development works in rural Ghana including an orphanage, solar-powered water/sanitation facilities, and volunteer housing with an Austrian NGO. She also worked as a consultant for UNICEF with the Ministry of Education of Laos to develop national standards for the construction of pre-primary schools which was based on personal interviews and architectural surveys of 40 communities across the country. Caitlin is a Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture graduate, an Irma Weiss Fellow, and a certified Passive House designer.