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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


YULI CADNEY-TOH BDP


THREE SENIOR PROMOTIONS NULTY


Architectural lighting design consultancy Nulty have announced the promotion of senior members of the team within the practice. Emilio Hernandez has been promoted to director and Anna Clara Sandgren (right of pic) takes up the position of associate. They oversee a team of lighting designers and are currently heading up some exciting projects including Newnham College in Cambridge, Selfridges, a high-end residential property in London, Chelsea Barracks and VIVI restaurant at Centre Point. Evina Diamantara has also been promoted to senior designer within the practice. Company founder Paul Nulty commented, “We’re exceptionally proud of promoting from within and that we have provided a platform for our staff to mature and grow. These promotions are well deserved and continue to highlight our intent to employ, nurture and develop the best talent within the industry.


TOBY NEILSON BDG ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN


BDG architecture + design have announced that Toby Neilson has been promoted to the position of director of architecture. Toby joined BDG in 2013 and led the design team through key design and delivery stages of the award winning refurbishment of the Sea Containers building on London’s South Bank, for the relocation of Ogilvy & Mather and MEC. Prior to this, Neilson worked on a variety of residential, commercial, cultural and mixed use projects throughout the UK, Europe, Hong Kong and China. He started his career at Peter Barber Architects where he worked on a number of award winning urban design and social housing projects before branching out as a freelance consultant on projects as diverse as urban planning in Shenzhen, private houses in Hampstead, a school in Barcelona and a theatre in Hong Kong. Neilson is also leading the development of the architectural internship programme at BDG.


CHIN LIM HKS HOSPITALITY GROUP


HKS Hospitality Group have announced the appointment of Chin Lim as vice president. Previously of WATG, Chin brings his near-20 years’ experience creating award-winning hotels and resorts around the globe to HKS where he is specialising in hospitality design. Chin’s previous work includes Ritz-Carlton Tamuda Bay, Morocco; Hilton Albion Bay, Mauritius; Viceroy Quinta da Ombria, Portugal; Movenpick Abuja, Nigeria and Raffles Cargills, Sri Lanka. Lim commented: “My approach is to discover and pinpoint the unique cultural and design needs of each individual project I work on; in this way, we are able to create truly stunning places.”


Yuli Cadney-Toh has joined BDP’s Bristol studio as architect director. She joins BDP with over 25 years’ experience in international architecture including high-rise commercial, aviation, healthcare, residential and broadcasting. She has spent over 10 years at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and recently at Wood Bagot, as well as running her own practice Toh Shimazaki. Yuli said: “I am delighted to join BDP at this very exciting time for the practice. My architectural career has focused on design and ensuring projects are managed from inception to completion to safeguard design intent. I am looking forward to complementing the strong design leadership in BDP’s growing Bristol studio.”


NEIL USHER UNISPACE


Unispace have appointed Neil Usher as executive consultant based in its London studio, as part of an expansion of its client partnerships’ team. With an industry-leading corporate real estate track record and award-winning tenure with Sky as workplace director, Neil has more than 25 years of industry experience to bring to the Unispace team. He spent nearly four years transforming Sky’s approach to workplace, agile working, creative hubs and software engineering centres alongside other innovations. Usher explained: “Everyone deserves a fantastic workplace – it’s been my passion for many years, during which I’ve been committed to simplifying our understanding of how we achieve it.”


ADF JANUARY 2018


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