Miriam White has rejoined former Rafael Vinoly colleague John Drew after leaving RMJM to become a a director newly created Pringle Brandon Drew
The duo have collaborated on a number of high-profile projects, incluidng the Walkie Talkie tower while together at the London office of Rafael Vinoly Architects and on the £282million Bishops Square scheme designed and delivered by the pair when they worked at Foster and Partners (2006).
White had previously been operations director of the Will Alsop-ed arm of RMJM, but departed earlier this year.
Pringle Brandon Drew was created when architect John Drew formed a new practice with Pringle Brandon in October 2010. The firm is a sister company to long-stadning outfit Pringle Brandon and is owned by John Drew, Jack Pringle and Chris Brandon.
Miriam White said: ‘It’s great to be back working with John Drew and also Pringle Brandon. Our combined experience in the UK and abroad makes us formidable indeed.’