• Architect Sotiris Tsoulos appointed as RMJM Dubai new director

    19 April 2018

    (18 April 2018, Dubai) Architect Sotiris Tsoulos has joined RMJM Dubai as its new director. Tsoulos, who served RMJM Istanbul as managing partner, will now work directly with RMJM Dubai CEO Raymond Park and RMJM Dubai Principal Neil van der Veen to lead the design team’s work in the Middle East.

    “Sotiris is an extremely talented architect”, said Raymond Park, RMJM Dubai CEO. “In addition to overseeing the growth of RMJM in Eastern Europe, he has already led several successful submissions in collaboration with our team. We look forward to continuing to collaborate with him to serve our clients and communities”.

    Tsoulos, who joined RMJM in 2012, has a long experience working in the international arena for both private and institutional clients in the real estate sector. “I’m honoured to take on this new role”, Tsoulos commented. “RMJM teams around the world create innovative designs that responds to our client’s needs and create an enriching experience for the end user. I’m looking forward to continuing to deliver unique designs and experiences in Dubai and across the region”.

    RMJM Istanbul director, Cassandra Themeli, said: “Sotiris’ design and leadership skills are a great addition to any team. His appointment is in line with RMJM’s ethos of providing our clients with the best international expertise locally through collaboration. We are sure that this move will reinforce our presence in the Middle East and Europe and it will allow us to serve our international clients even better”.

    RMJM has 27 studios worldwide working to shape the future of architecture through sustainable, quality designs that will stand the test of time and deliver holistic value to their clients and end users. Their recent and forthcoming projects include Gate Avenue, Ningbo China Agricultural Bank, Sheremetyevo International Airport and the Iran Historical Car Museum.

     

     

     

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