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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


MARIA SHÉHÉRAZADE GIUDICI ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION


NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR AND PARTNERS SCHMIDT HAMMER LASSEN ARCHITECTS


International architectural firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects has announced Sanne Wall- Gremstrup as the firm’s new managing director. Known for “balancing high calibre creative output with financial performance,” said the firm, she brings “strong change management, professional services, and marketing skills to the position.” Sanne has more than 15 years of experience as a chief executive officer, having most recently served as the CEO of The Danish Architectural Press, a commercial foundation with the purpose of promoting Danish architecture in Denmark and abroad. Prior to that, she spent seven years as the country manager and CEO for Denmark and Finland at global marketing services company McCann WorldGroup. She also has extensive experience serving as a board member and executive board. Schmidt Hammer Lassen has promoted three other architects to partner and associate partner roles.


Elif Tinaztepe has been named partner after 14 years at the practice. She leads the firm’s specialist work in the library sector, a typology for which it is well known. Jake Spruit has been named associate partner. Jake has experience in project management in Europe, the Middle East, Canada, and the United States, and is a licensed architect in the states of New York and Pennsylvania. And Philip Brinch Sørensen, who serves as director of the Aarhus office, also joins the associate partner group. Throughout his career, Philip has worked on projects ranging from residential to large and complex public buildings.


TRACEY WILES WOODS BAGOT


Woods Bagot Australia has announced the appointment of Tracey Wiles as regional interior design leader. Wiles played a key international role as an associate partner at Foster + Partners, where she oversaw luxury hotel projects including ME London, Zurich’s Dolder Grand and Madrid’s Hotel Puerta América as well as Norman Foster’s private houses, among them La Voile at Cap Ferrat and an apartment in the Chesa Futura development in St Moritz. Global design leader Domenic Alvaro said: “Tracey’s portfolio of work is world class and her design experience unparalleled. She’s a tremendous asset and we will see that infuse through the Sydney studio.”


HELEN BENTLEY HLW


Global architecture, design and planning firm HLW has announced the addition of Helen Bentley to its London team. She is a “passionate leader in interior design and workplace planning,” said the firm, and joins the firm’s global strategy team as design strategist with a goal to “assist with key components of HLW’s larger design process to enhance the end-user experience.” Bentley will work alongside HLW’s design team to “translate business drivers into interior solutions for a wide range of clients.” She will serve as a “liaison between client leadership and end-users, aiding with message development, guiding expectations, and overseeing change management.”


The Architectural Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Maria Shéhérazade Giudici as the new Editor of AA Files, the in-house journal of the Architectural Association. The appointment of Giudici continues a long standing tradition of publications at the AA that is an integral part of its founding charter. Eva Franch, AA director said, “Maria’s work as a designer, critic, and editor in the international architectural arena and here at the AA have afforded her a unique perspective in contemporary discourse that I believe will become a new referent for the architectural community looking for relevant questions and new answers.”


ADF MAY 2019


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