Carr Design Group is pleased to announce a series of senior appointments at the Melbourne office, reflecting growth in the business.
May 16th, 2008
Following from the success of Carr Design Group’s interior design and architecture work on Austcorp’s 79-level, $1 billion Vision tower, soon to be Brisbane’s tallest building, Carr Design Group has appointed three new senior positions.
Daniel Stellini has been appointed Associate Director Interiors, Richard Bryant has been appointed Director of Architecture, and Amy Muir (pictured above) has been appointed Associate of Architecture.
“These appointments reflect a strong commitment to the future growth of the company.” Said Carr Founding Director, Sue Carr.
“We are delighted to have strengthened our senior management team and we look forward to the next phase in Carr’s development. Congratulations to everyone.”
In addition to Carr’s work on Vision, it is currently completing architecture and interior commissions on the Willow Creek winery and boutique hotel on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, the 30 level Triptych medium density residential development in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct, and the 36 level Capitol mixed use development in Melbourne’s South Yarra in addition to a range of residential and commercial/mixed use developments across the country.
Recently completed work includes the 71 suite, $40 million Pool residential resort and hotel in Port Douglas in addition to award winning commercial fitouts for Deacons Sydney, SMS Management and Technology Melbourne and Over Fifty Group, Melbourne.
Richard Bryant has been appointed Director of Architecture
Daniel Stellini has been appointed Associate Director Interiors
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