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Careers: on the move

Stuart Bonnage
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This week’s career moves feature Arney Fender Katsalidis and Clague LLP Architects

Veronica Givone has been promoted to associate director at Arney Fender Katsalidis. Givone joined the London studio in May 2015 with previous experience largely in the residential and hospitality sectors. In the past ten years, she has worked in Italy, Europe and the USA. Her portfolio contains a range of projects developed independently and in collaboration with Italian studios. Key projects include a JW Marriott Hotel on the Rose Island, Venice, which opened last June, and the shortlisted competition entry, The Highest Crans Montana.


Clague LLP Architects has promoted eight employees in its Canterbury office as the practice seeks to develop a range of projects from residential masterplans to schools and care homes. Mayler Colloton, Stuart Bonnage, Tim Wolfe-Murray and Paul Osborne have all been made partners, and will be managing project teams as studio leaders, and taking on more management in the company. Mark Bouch, Alex Richards, Gareth Leggeat and Stacey Taylor have all been promoted to associates.

Saunders Partnership Architects has appointed Nigel Marcoolyn to head up its new London office in Farringdon. Marcoolyn has previous experience in the private and public sectors, and has set up and run the new London office for an AJ Top 50 practice. Key projects include the Brooklands College projects and the 4* Christchurch Harbour Hotel.

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