Dehan (Danno) Glanz is an urban designer with more than two decades of professional experience in architecture and urban planning. He has been with Calthorpe Associates since 1995. During this tenure, Mr. Glanz has focused on large and small scale infill development projects, transit-oriented design, and projects with a strong participatory planning component.
Some of the projects with which Mr. Glanz has been involved (mostly as project manager or principal-in-charge) include:
- Stapleton (Denver, Colorado)
- Langstaff Gateway (Markham, Canada)
- St. Andrews (Wanneroo, Australia)
- Mandela Gateway HOPE VI (Oakland, California)
- Bay Meadows Specific Plan (San Mateo, California)
In addition to his work at Calthorpe Associates, Mr. Glanz teaches an urban design studio at Stanford University.
Mr. Glanz received his Masters of Architecture degree from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and graduated (“With Distinction”) from Stanford University with a multi-disciplinary undergraduate degree in Urban Studies.