National architecture practice ThomsonAdsett has appointed a new principal and advanced two team members to associate level.
Joining the practice as principal is Naomi Herzog. Overlooking business development, Herzog is an experienced development professional with a career in the property industry, providing her with a broad insight across the design, development and construction cycle.
She has a sound appreciation for the challenges and opportunities in bringing projects to life and is passionate about design.
Thomson Adsett CEO Cameron Frazer says Herzog’s appointment “brings a focussed business development capability to ThomsonAdsett.
“Her deep experienced across many aspects of the architecture, engineering and construction sector will bring tremendous value to us.”
In more promotion news at ThomsonAdsett, Brisbane team members Alex du Plessis and Armin Causevic have been elevated to associates
du Plessis is a highly experienced architect with a portfolio of global projects including major airports, large and small retail, multi-residential, health and interiors.
A 3D computer design specialist, he works across scales using 3D modelling and visualisation as design tools.
“Alex is a driver of our design culture and a key supporter of our technology platforms as enablers of project management and delivery,” adds Frazer.
“He is appreciated for his ability to quickly explore design options right from project inception.”
Joining ThomsonAdsett in 2015 as an architectural technician, Causevic is experienced in residential, retail, commercial, seniors living, health, education and community projects.
As ThomsonAdsett’s Building Information Modelling (BIM) manager, Causevic is focused on the continual improvement of the practice’s CAD systems, including strategic planning and IT infrastructure integration.
“Armin leads our BIM capability with grace and expertise and is highly valued by his colleagues,” says Frazer.
“His promotion recognises his contribution to the quality of ThomsonAdsett’s service and projects.”
The appointments coincide with the relocation of ThomsonAdsett’s Brisbane studio to a new workplace on the ninth floor of Jubilee Place in Fortitude Valley.
Frazer says the move will accommodate growth as the practice builds cross-sector capability in health, education and seniors living.
“In a post-pandemic market, a quality workplace is key to attracting and supporting team members,” notes Frazer.
“We’ve created a welcoming space where our team can enjoy collaborating and sharing ideas.”
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ThomsonAdsett is an architecture and interior design firm with studios throughout Australia.
Across fifty years of practice, ThomsonAdsett has built a diverse portfolio of projects encompassing seniors living and aged care, education, health, social and affordable housing, retail, commercial, sport, hospitality and community.
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