The shifts and new appointments in this month’s workforce include David Clark’s new consultancy, Positive Zero, all the changes in Conrad Gargett’s leadership, and Buchan’s new studio. Welcome to this month’s On The Move.
Tim Moore (pictured above) is a highly experienced strategic planner. He has been appointed as a new principal at
Before joining Architectus, Moore consulted various government and private sector clients on strategic and statutory planning, urban design and project management. He also held senior roles in high-profile government bodies.
As a designer and leader defined by her passion for climate-positive design and inclusive leadership, Ong says, “I’m hopeful my experience across two decades will be useful, and I can’t wait to build on the success of the studio with Kirsten Bauer and Matt Mackay.”
Sustainably designing spaces to be more flexible, productive, and comfortable when they might otherwise be cold and underutilised is Michael Tyerman’s new but familiar crusade.
Literally on the move,
Perth Principal and Buchan Director, Andre Jones, says the move unearthed an extensive archive of historical architectural drawings of some of Perth’s earliest infrastructure, dating back to the 1890s. His team now enjoys views from the studio’s grand inter-war windows, overlooking many of Buchan’s earliest projects in the CBD heart.
Among other recent appointments are Ngaio Chalmers (Mixed Use) to Senior Associate, and five new associates: Thu Le and Leigh Douglas (Health), Tina Huynh (Education), Vignesh Chandrasekaran (Seniors Living & Care) and Charles Zhang (Design). Meanwhile Amy Fitzpatrick, Graham Bennett (Education), and Trushar Chouhan (Seniors Living & Care) have been promoted to Senior Architects.
The practice also has four new senior project leaders, Karrie Williams (Health), Ana Mendoza, Andres Scarpatti and Bethany Ram (Mixed Use). And James Despotidis and Daniel Gabbe (Mixed Use) have been appointed Senior Architectural Technicians.
Conrad Gargett has also appointed three new Senior Associates, Tamarind Taylor, Katrina Tolhurst and Natalie Wise, along with 11 new Associates: Richard Lamas, Claire Schofield, Gene Raciti, Romina Richardson, Amanda Chan, Phoebe Thomas, Shannon Wall, Hayley Kastelein, Leila Allbrook, Charles Rowe, Damon O’Keefe, and Salman Muhammad.
Melbourne architecture practice
Judd is a passionate business leader with over 20 years’ experience in the furniture industry, working across sales, design, operations, customer excellence, general management, product innovation and business transformation.
Across its Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne studios,
Senior Associates are Jean-Francois Lagace, Laura Ulph, James Cristallo, Jeremy Marsden and David Morrison; alongside Associates Didier Li Mow Chi, Stephen Staughton, Nicole Burns, and Putu Permana.
After 18 years of being with Cundall, David Clark has announced the founding of his new sustainability consultancy,
Melbourne architecture and design studio
Whilst Robert and Scott are architects and Annie is an interior designer, clients will benefit from their collective expertise as they steer Spowers towards future success.
National architecture practice
Naomi Herzog has joined the practice as Principal – Business Development. An accomplished business development professional, Naomi’s career in the property industry has given her broad experience right across the design, development and construction cycle. And Brisbane team members Alex du Plessis and Armin Causevic have been promoted to Associates.
The appointments coincide with the relocation of ThomsonAdsett’s Brisbane studio to a new workplace on the ninth floor of Jubilee Place in Fortitude Valley. Practice CEO Cameron Frazer says the move will accommodate growth as the practice builds cross-sector capability in health, education and senior living.
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