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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


SANDER SCHUUR BELATCHEW ARKITEKTER


(L-R) Mark Nugent, Ruairi Reeves, Lianne Knotts, Frank Ellis


FOUR NEW PROMOTIONS MEDICAL ARCHITECTURE


Medical Architecture has bolstered its leadership by promoting four senior staff. Lianne Knotts and Ruairi Reeves are now shareholding directors, while Mark Nugent and Frank Ellis become associates. They will work alongside fellow directors Christopher Shaw, Bob Wills and Paul Yeomans as the company leadership team. Senior director Christopher Shaw said, “Medical Architecture is growing and we are introducing new people to our senior team. As individuals we each have proven aptitude; together we make a highly capable leadership panel. Our clients will be confident we have the skills, knowledge and resources to deliver well-considered design for the most demanding future healthcare projects.”


Belatchew Arkitekter has appointed Sander Schuur as its new creative director. Schuur holds a master’s degree in Architecture from Delft University of Technology, Holland. Schuur previously served as architect and director of business development at White Arkitekter as well as an architect at UNStudio and Asymptote Architecture in New York. Schuur commented: “Belatchew Arkitekter is a creative and innovative company, renowned for pushing the envelope whenever they develop new architecture.” He added: “I look forward to running innovative and successful projects, where the architecture covers more than the individual building”.


SONIA PAROL URBAN EDGE ARCHITECTURE (L-R) Rafail Tsartsaris, Dan Edwards, Rhys Bevins, Shawn Loo


TECHNICAL TEAM PROMOTIONS BE DESIGN


BE Design have announced four new promotions across its technical team. With 40 years’ combined experience, Dan Edwards, Rhys Bevins, Shawn Loo and Rafail Tsartsaris will now support the senior team directly with project design and client management whilst mentoring and developing the next generation of engineers and architects at the firm. Stephen Oakden, director at BE Design said, “We’re a close family. Dan, Rhys, Shawn and Rafail have all worked incredibly hard to get to where they are – showing enthusiasm, passion and technical expertise across every project they’ve designed and delivered. I’m proud to announce their promotions and wish them all the best of luck in their new roles.”


Urban Edge Architecture has appointed Sonia Parol as senior associate director. As part of her new role, Sonia will be looking to develop strategic business partnerships, further expanding Urban Edge’s workload into care and residential, as well as exploring opportunities for the use of innovative solutions such as modular construction. Sonia has worked for the Stamford-based practice for the last two years as its head of care and specialist residential, has overseen Urban Edge’s continued growth into the care sector and has led the design and delivery of several major senior living projects, including Bishopstoke Park, an innovative retirement village for Inspired Villages Group.


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