Introducing Summer Intern: U of M Senior, Daniel Sicorsky-Brener

Daniel Sicorsky-Brener

A rising senior at the University of Miami School of Architecture and a beneficiary of SRS’s internship program for four years, Daniel foresees the road he wants to travel, and is preparing for it with a major in architecture and a double minor in business management and art, areas of erudition that will bolster his professional goals.

Even as a child, Daniel knew that architecture was the path he would pursue, and his dreams are big. His vision includes designing single-family houses, which he describes as “sanctuaries” for the families who live in them. Beyond designing individual houses, he anticipates creating future communities of affordable housing in places where they are needed.

Daniel was a one-year-old when his parents emigrated from Argentina to the United States and settled in South Florida. His father is a businessman and administrator, and his mother a pediatric dentist. Encouraged by his parents to work hard with the intention to make a difference, Daniel exhibits self-discipline and strong leadership, and team-building and mentoring skills. His professional toolkit already includes AutoCad, Rhinoceros, Revit, Adobe Photoshop and related Adobe functions, Lumion Rendering, and Microsoft Suite. His positive attitude and joyful spirit make him a welcome contributor to the SRS team.


Senior, Bachelor of Architecture, University of Miami School of Architecture, Class of 2024, Coral Gables, Florida

Membership and Certifications

  • National Organization of Minority Architecture Students, University of Miami
  • President’s Scholarship, University of Miami
  • President’s Architectural Scholarship, University of Miami
  • Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

Community Affiliations (Past/Present)

  • Leadership Course, Macabi Tzair, Jewish Community Center, Davie, Florida
  • Youth Basketball Coach, Camp Kadima, Jewish Community Center, Davie, Florida