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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


CHRIS CROMBIE & DEBBY RAY WOODS BAGOT


NEW DIRECTORS ASSAEL ARCHITECTURE


Assael Architecture has announced a raft of promotions as it looks to expand further in 2018. Loren Thanyakittikul becomes a director having joined Assael in 2006. She has a passion for residential led, mixed-use schemes in sensitive urban areas and one of her key projects includes the design of Rainsborough Square, a development of 40 luxury townhouses and 10 apartments in Fulham. Loren (pictured left) also had a primary role in the masterplan of the 900-home Great West Quarter development in west London, working closely with Barratt London. Adam Johnston, promoted to associate director, has played a leading role in driving Assael’s sector-leading position in build to rent (BTR), working on a national design code for ‘be:here’, as well as many for-sale developments for London Square. Also promoted to associate director is Emily Newton who joined Assael in 2011. Emily has been a key player in Assael’s heritage-led projects, working on the Grade II-listed Carriageworks in Bristol and Ham Mill in Stroud, as well as large mixed-use developments in Battersea Nine Elms and Bromley-by-Bow. Emily will be leading on Assael’s design quality reviews, “ensuring that Assael consistently achieve architectural excellence across all projects”. Assael has won several employer awards including The Architects’ Journal Employer of the Year and The Sunday Times’ Innovation in Engagement award. The company is looking to further expand its team over the coming months at all levels.


RICHARD JORDAN PERKINS+WILL


Perkins+Will, has announced the strategic promotion of Richard Jordan to head of corporate interiors in its London studio. Richard will be responsible for maintaining and building on the company’s position as one of London’s top three corporate interiors firms, leading a group of 70 designers and driving the team’s continued growth. He will work closely with Linzi Cassels, principal and design director on Perkins+Will’s global design board. With over 25 years’ experience working in commercial office design for global organisations, Richard has a track record in delivering interiors that combine creative design with health and wellbeing initiatives in collaboration with a range of leading organisations.


ZUBIN MASTERS & MATT HUTTON BOND BRYAN


Bond Bryan has appointed Zubin Masters and Matt Hutton to their board of directors. Zubin (left) is a long-serving member of the Bond Bryan team and has helped to shape all parts of the business since joining in 2004. Matt joined Bond Bryan’s Sheffield Studio in 2003 as a trainee architect and is now one of their leading designers. He has led a number of multi-award- winning projects at Bond Bryan including: The University of Sheffield’s Humanities Research Institute, Sheffield Hallam University’s Charles Street Building and The David Hockney Building for Bradford College.


Woods Bagot has made two senior appointments as their expansion continues, appointing Chris Crombie as the new transport leader for Europe and Debby Ray as associate principal to build on recent wins in all sectors. With 15 years of global experience, Chris’s career has focused on winning, developing and delivering world-class transportation projects for both aviation and rail, including: Heathrow Terminal 2B and the world’s largest single terminal at the New Istanbul Airport. Debby’s flair for design is matched only by her passion for sustainability. She is registered in both the UK and the US, and joins Woods Bagot’s London team with 25 years of experience leading high-profile and award-winning projects both locally and internationally. Debby has previously worked for Alsop, AHMM and Perkins & Will across the education, residential, commercial and masterplanning sectors.


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