Daniel Ichallalene

Landscape Architect

With experience spanning across all project phases and a variety of public and urban realm typologies, Daniel is an accomplished landscape architect with specialized skills including visualisation, 3D modeling, parametric design, and computational design.

Completing his Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction in 2021, Daniel was awarded the RMIT Landscape Architecture Design Research Prize for his thesis on the potentials of the post-nuclear landscape. He presented his research at Melbourne Design Week in 2022 and contributed an article on computational co-authorship published in Landscape Architecture Australia.

Daniel’s work has been featured in the book ‘Land Art of the 21st Century’ as a LAGI contributor, and he was a shortlisted finalist in the Future Park International Design Ideas Competition 2019, also showcased in Landscape Architecture Australia.

With a passion for pushing boundaries and a strong interest in sustainable design, Daniel continually seeks new ways to apply his expertise to the field of landscape architecture.


  • 3D Modelling
  • Visualization
  • Graphic Design
  • Parametric Design


  • Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction
  • Bachelor of Landscape Architectural Design


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