Liollio Architecture’s Daniel Corte Achieves Architectural Licensure


Daniel Corte, AIA

Charleston SC (May 2017) – Liollio Architecture is pleased to congratulate Daniel Corte, AIA, for earning his architectural licensure and becoming a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), a professional organization for architects in the United States. A registered architect must complete an internship and pass a rigorous series of examinations offered by official architectural registration boards in the United States and Canada. The Liollio team celebrates Dan and his achievement.

A native of Chicago, Dan completed his undergraduate education at Southern Illinois University and earned his Master of Architecture at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. During his Masters program, Dan was on the team for UNCC School of Architecture’s AIM House submission for the 2013 Solar Decathlon. His interest in sustainable design, research and parametric modeling adds depth to Liollio’s technological capabilities.

Dan’s project work at Liollio has ranged in size and scope, strengthening his design, attention to detail, communication and collaborative skills. His recent work includes South Carolina Hardeeville Welcome Center replacement, renovation work for National Park Service in the Florida Everglades, University of South Carolina Beaufort Hospitality Management Facility and addition/renovation work at Charleston International Airport.

Celebrating over 60 years of design, Liollio was honored by the American Institute of Architects South Carolina with the 2016 Firm Award. Headquartered in Charleston, Liollio offers architecture, interior design, programming, historic preservation and master planning services. Visit liollio.com and follow Liollio on Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or Vimeo for more info.