Kurani is an architecture studio committed to redefining learning spaces. We bring bold educational programs to life through campus planning and architecture. Kurani has designed spaces for K-12, university, and adult learning for educators worldwide including Google, Khan Academy, and New York City Schools.
Danish Kurani is a licensed architect, Instructor at Harvard University, and founder of the design firm Kurani. Considered an expert on learning environments by the OECD, Danish has given keynotes and talks around the world on the topic of learning spaces.
He has appeared in TED, NPR, Fast Company, and Huffington Post and is recognized by the US State Department and World Cities Summit for his efforts to use architecture as a vehicle for solving global challenges.
In recent years, Danish has led teams of researchers to rethink and integrate design and building practices for dramatic improvements in construction times and development costs.
Danish holds degrees in architecture and urban design from Harvard and Rice University.