This week’s career moves include a new appointment at Hassell, and a new trustee at the Tate
Former Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios partner Oliver Kampshoff has joined HASSELL as principal. Kampshoff, whose projects include Broadcasting Place in Leeds, the Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design in London and the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre near Manchester, will be based in HASSELL’s London studio but working on projects around the world. The architect studied in Stuttgart and Zurich before moving to London in 2003.
John Robertson Architects has made a number of appointments and promotions to its senior team. It has promoted Angela Jeng, its interiors team lead, to project director, and appointed Colin Beattie as sustainability consultant and achitect. The practice has also appointed Pantelis Ioannidis as the practice’s BIM Manager, and has promoted Mark Wibberley and Peter St Clair-Ford to associate level.
Stephen Witherford has been appointed as a trustee of the Tate for four years. The architect established Witherford Watson Mann Architects in 2001, and has been project director on Amnesty International UK’s HQ, the Bankside Urban Forest, Arts Council England’s North West offices in Manchester, the Olympic Legacy Masterplan and Astley Castle, for which the practice won the 2013 Stirling Prize.
Leslie Jones Architecture has promoted Simon Brown to associate level. Brown has 16 years of experience in technical delivery, and led on the technical aspect of a number of the practice’s flagship schemes, including the London Designer Outlet, Charter Place in Watford and The Moor in Sheffield.