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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


JESE MEDINA-SUAREZ WILSON ASSOCIATES


DAVID DAVIES SADLER BROWN ARCHITECTURE


Sadler Brown Architecture have appointed architect David Davies to a new position of architectural director, and to its board of directors. Davies, who has worked at the firm’s head office for the last five years has been promoted from associate to director. As an experienced architect with strong management credentials, the elevation to board status is “the natural next step within his fast track career, and reward for his continued success in leading many of the creative and innovative design projects being delivered by the group,” said the firm. Davies commented, “I am delighted to be joining the board of directors, at a time when we are working on some really fantastic projects for a diverse set of clients.”


CEDRIC TANG FARRELLS


Farrells have appointed Cedric Tang as a director of the multi-disciplinary firm. Tang, a registered architect in Hong Kong has worked at Farrells for the past 15 years. Tang will continue in his current role to lead and build Farrells Shanghai office as he done for the past few years and focus on better serving Farrells clients in delivering major-scale Chinese projects. Tang has in-depth knowledge in the planning, design and delivery through all stages from Concept to Completion of urban design, large mixed use commercial complexes and transportation-related projects. Tang specialised in transport-orientated design with integrated mixed-use urban complexes such as Winland Xiamen and Shenzhen’s KK100.


ROB PRICE WILL + PARTNERS


Workplace architect and interior design firm Will + Partners has appointed Rob Price as a new partner in its London studio. Price will join Will + Partners senior leadership team in strategically guiding the studio as it continues to grow and take on a diverse range of workplace and architectural projects with a focus on wellness and enhancing performance. Price brings “significant workplace strategy and architectural and design experience,” having worked on a broad range of projects for financial, corporate, technology and media companies for more than 20 years. His CV includes previous roles at Perkins and Will, Fosters and Gensler.


Interior architecture firm Wilson Associates has announced the latest addition to its award- winning team, Jese Medina-Suarez as design director, principal. Working closely with a number of the firm’s international outposts, Medina- Suarez will help to expand Wilson Associates’ global presence, championing high-end design and client service across a range of target market sectors. Prior to joining the team, Medina-Suarez worked with a series of highly acclaimed, architecture and interior design practices throughout Milan, London, Singapore, and Melbourne, such as Foster + Partners, John McAslan and Bates Smart.


CHARLOTTE BOOTH BE DESIGN


Charlotte Booth has been appointed as associate director of sustainability and wellbeing at multi- disciplinary architecture and engineering practice, BE Design. In her new role, Booth will be collaborating closely with the team to provide sustainability management, wellbeing and biophilic design support – through accreditations including the WELL Building Standard – and energy and low carbon strategies to BE Design’s clients. Booth said, “We want to embed sustainability and wellbeing practices into the heart of our designs. There’s an incredible team here, who are committed to creating exceptional places to live and work in.”


ADF NOVEMBER 2019


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