METIER3 is pleased to welcome Glenn Cornelia who joins the firm as hospitality design leader, Australasia to drive the expansion of its hospitality design portfolio.
May 1st, 2014
Glenn brings more than 30 years experience to METIER3, having led successful, creative and interdisciplinary design projects across international hotel brands, luxury boutique hotels and resort developments across Asia.
His portfolio of work is extensive with projects including the InterContinental Nanjing China, Nusa Dua Beach hotel renovation in Bali and Saigon sky-bar restaurant in Vietnam.
Glenn has been involved in all stages of the design process from concept to project delivery and understands hospitality design projects from both a client and consultant’s perspective. He has worked in-house for Starwood Hotels and Resorts Singapore, Marriott International Hong Kong and Intercontinental Hotels Group Shanghai as well as consulting for Denton Corker Marshall Hong Kong and most recently, Hirsh Bedner Associates, Melbourne.
CEO Andrew Norbury says, “Glenn’s detailed understanding of hotel operations and functional planning and design experience within the hospitality sector is exceptional and will be a great asset to delivering high-quality design solutions for our clients.”
“We look forward to working with Glenn to build our portfolio of hospitality work across Asia, Middle East, Australia, and the Pacific.”
Established in 1985 by Andrew Norbury, METIER3 offers professional design-based consultancy advice in architecture, interior design, master planning and property development.
METIER3 delivers high-quality, commercially compelling design solutions for clients across the commercial, educational and institutional sectors.
All design work is undertaken within the Melbourne studio at 717 Bourke Street and is overseen by a team of experienced architects and designers.
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