New President for SA architects’ peak body.
July 6th, 2010
Young Adelaide-based architect, David Holland has been appointed head of the Australian Institute of Architects’ South Australian Chapter.
Announced last week at the 2010 SA State Architecture Awards, Holland, the director of Danvers Schulz Holland Architects (DASH), immediately took up the position as new State President.
Holland is a strong advocate of sustainability and the reuse of existing heritage and non-heritage building stock in his work.
Accepting the position, Holland said: “I am a passionate advocate for the profession, seeking a collaborative, common sense, and practical approach to the resolution of matters.”
Holland, who has been a member of the Institute since 1999 and Chapter Councillor since 2009, replaces Timothy Horton, now the SA Commissioner for Integrated Design.
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