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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


QUARTET OF DIRECTORS ASSAEL ARCHITECTURE


Four long-serving members of Assael Architecture have been promoted to directors at the London- based practice. These are Dipa Joshi, who will focus on public sector work, Simon Pitt, who will assist with project delivery and Tim Chapman- Cavanagh who is leading on design, supported by newly-promoted operations director John Pearse. The promotions follow the establishment of Assael’s interior design division and the practice’s expansion into new London studios last year. John Assael, Chairman of Assael Architecture, said: “We’re delighted to announce these important promotions to support our expansion plans and take on the exciting challenges ahead.”


MARIA NESDALE GENSLER


Maria Nesdale’s 13-year career at Gensler has reached a new milestone after she was promoted to the role of principal at the global giant’s London office. Nesdale, who is also the firm-wide practice area leader of Gensler’s Education practice, is said to be “distinguished among her peers for her insights on enhanced learning environments for students, for employees within organisations and for wider communities”. She has led on projects that include the Technical University of Denmark, New Giza University, the University of Central Asia and the University of East London’s Knowledge Dock. Duncan Swinhoe, regional managing principal for Gensler commented: “Maria is an excellent ambassador for Gensler and we congratulate her on her well-deserved promotion.”


MAGDALENA HAENER PRIDE ROAD


Magdalena Haener has become head architect and franchise owner of Pride Road South Manchester. Haener, who specialises in residential and commercial architecture, worked on various international projects in Poland, Russia and the UK. She was a pilot franchisee for Pride Road Liverpool for 11 months before ‘taking over’ new territories. “I am delighted to have the opportunity to run my own practice in such a diverse area as south Manchester,” said Haener. Founder Lisa Raynes added: “Magda’s professional skills leave no doubt that she will be a great asset to the growing franchise and the best person to help our clients turn their houses into dream homes.”


Kalpesh Patel Chris Thomas


Ralph Kanfar


Manolis Sampson


Joao Bravo de Costa


ASSOCIATE & FOUR DESIGNERS COLLADOCOLLINS


London practice ColladoCollins has appointed associate Ralph Kanfar, who joins from Pollard Thomas Edwards after 10 years as project leader on small office refurbishments and large mixed use projects over £150m, including Ladderswood in Southgate and Dover Court in Islington. The practice also welcomed Kalpesh Patel and Chris Thomas as senior architectural technicians who will work with Tan Worathongchai, Manolis Sampson and Joao Bravo de Costa. Founder Roy Collado said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Ralph, Kalpesh, Tan, Chris, Manolis and Joao. We’re growing at an impressive rate and expecting further members to join our team early next year.”


ADF MARCH 2017


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