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DWP|Suters has added four new members in their Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne studios to help increase the firm’s expertise in their Education and Seniors Living portfolios.

The new appointments, Katarina Vrdoljak, Matthew Hart, Gilda Donegan and PK Lee bring a combined experience of 60-plus years in project delivery to the DWP|Suters team of experienced architects and interiors professionals.

According to DWP|Suters’ CEO Leone Lorrimer, the calibre of the firm’s clients is a testament to the specialist knowledge of their key team members. The firm is committed to selectively expanding their sector teams through strategic appointments.

Katarina Vrdoljak’s broad experience in design and complex project delivery strengthens dwp|suters’ Education portfolio. Her knowledge and design approach are built on evidence based research, linking health and wellbeing to the built environment.

Seniors Living specialist Matthew Hart delivers architecture that responds to its social as well as environmental context. Specialising in the design and delivery of health, aged care and seniors living projects, he brings to his new role, over 20 years of experience collaborating with clients on complex projects.

Gilda Donegan has used her extensive project management and team-leading skills to successfully deliver health and education projects for over 20 years. Gilda’s in-depth knowledge of construction detailing and resolution ensures sensible programming, delivering client objectives.

Senior Interior Designer PK (Pooi Kheng) Lee is an accredited LEED AP Professional with a strong focus on sustainable design. Trained in both Singapore and New York, PK has over 14 years of experience in education, hospitality and healthcare fitouts, working closely with international and local clients, architects and specialist teams on complex projects.

Image: Katarina Vrdoljak