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Woods Bagot Pty Ltd
Architecture in Canberra
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Level 13 Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St. Braddon. Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2612.
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We do this as a global design and consulting studio with a team of over 850 experts active across 17 studios in Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. Before to joining Woods fagot, Jonathan led an architectural practice active closely with many leading global brands to deliver innovative branded spaces. As a member of the management team, she services clients at an international smooth of professionalism in both business development and project management. With 20 years of experience, her expertise is in urban planning, large scale mixed use development, commercial, residential and business development within Australia, Fresh Zealand and China. Combining conceptual design, technical expertise and commercial acumen, Simon has the knowledge and management skill to collaboratively precede design teams to prosperous project outcomes. Kate also has extensive experience in commercial buildings, workplace design and educational facilities. Acclaimed as an avantgarde and highly diverse designer, known for his labor in exploring the nexus between Architecture, design and technology, Will have been with Woods fagot for over 10 years, occupied across many regions including Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East. He is currently based in Beijing as a Design Leader for architecture and is a key member of the Global Studio. His effective client management skills have successfully fostered lengthy term relationships with Woods fagot clients. Julie leads the Workplace sector in the Dubai studio and is also a senior consultant member with Woods fagot’s Workplace consulting team, who are specialists in evaluating and implementing innovative and superior workplace practice. Occupied in China over four years on projects across a wide range of sectors including housing, sports facilities, commercial, commercial head office and urban design. Jonathan has extensive experience of leading design teams and delivering large and complicated buildings from initial concept through to onside delivery in the lifestyle, education, commercial and transport sectors. At Woods fagot he focuses on the design and delivery of lofty quality projects. Peter provides a strong commitment towards the design quality of each project’s solution, from its initial conception through to its construction process. He has a wide range of experience including projects in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, master planning and urban design. John has over 12 years of experience practicing architecture and urban design. His key experiences are in commercial projects, including retail, workplace and hospitality. Matthew is the Regional Design Director and leads the Architectural Design of projects. Having worked in the United States, Malaysia and the Middle East on a broad range of commercial, educational and residential projects, Matthew brings an international perspective to the projects he works on. His diverse portfolio includes Workplace, Lifestyle, and Master planning projects. Hazel has a long range of design leadership in residential, lifestyle, commercial and education developments, often leading projects from concept visioning through to onside construction. In addition to his experience busy on projects in Australia, he also has significant international experience having worked on major projects in Europe, the Middle East, India and Asia. Andrew leads Woods fagot’s global People and Culture team, busy in collaboration with Studio and Regional Executives and the Board to define and implement the global strategy around culture and organizational development. Kyle manages Woods fagot’s global integrated management system, covering areas urgent to the steady including quality, environment and safety management and other business critical processes.

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