Danielle Abelow, AIA

Project Architect

Danielle, a registered architect, works passionately on every project she undertakes. Her work can be seen across the North Shore, where she has been a designer for more than 10 years. Her broad experience with high-end residential architecture spans the Colonial, Arts and Crafts, Shingle, and Modern styles. Danielle has designed newly constructed and remodeled residences, comprehensive site plans, and a number of restaurants on Cape Ann.

She joined Carpenter & MacNeille in 2015 as a designer while earning her Architect’s license in 2016. She has both Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from Tulane University, where she was honored with a National AIA Merit Award for the design and installation of a “storypod” for the Neighborhood Story Project in the Seventh Ward, helping to rebuild the hardest hit areas after Hurricane Katrina. Danielle is a member of the AIA and is accredited in Evidence-Based Design. She moved from Metrowest to the North Shore in 2012 and loves living near the ocean. She spends her spare time with friends, crafting projects of all sorts, reading, and indulging in “terrible tv shows."