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DKO Architecture appoints Seven New Associates

To satisfy the demands of a business that has grown 200% in 24 months, DKO Architecture is delighted to announce the appointment of seven new Architectural Associates.



BY

August 17th, 2015


DKO Directors have taken a considered and strategic view of the Australasian and South East Asian market and have appointed associates;

  • Julian Furzer -Associate (SYD)
  • Oliver Ingram – NZ Manager, Associate (AKL)
  • Edward Hosken – Associate Director (AKL)
  • Katsura Narusawa – Associate (MEL)
  • Dennis Chew – Associate (MEL)
  • Kai Chua – Associate (MEL)
  • Raffaele Camuglia – Associate (MEL)

DKO Principal, Koos de Keijzer says DKO Architecture’s growth can be attributed to a professional culture of diversity. “What makes us particularly proud is that almost all our associates have joined DKO as graduates and have all demonstrated great talent, passion and creativity,” he says.

DKO Architecture has doubled the number of new offices over the last two years and now has offices in Melbourne and Sydney and recently opened offices in Auckland and Christchurch and, soon to be added, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam before the end of the year.

Established in 2000, DKO Architecture is a diverse team of professionals whose expertise spans urban design, master planning, architecture and interior design. Focused on delivering places designed for people, the strength that differentiates DKO Architecture is innovative design and effective delivery. The result is an ever expanding portfolio of high quality, residential, civic and mixed use developments.

DKO Architecture
dko.com.au


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