BVN has appointed three new partners: Ali Bounds, Sally Campbell and Peter Titmuss.
Ali Bounds is an architect who is working to transform the way we learn in the future. Her approach draws on her cross-sector experience to bring learning and innovation into all types of environments. Bounds is the project director for BVN’s team in the development of NSW’s first vertical high school, Arthur Phillip High School and Parramatta Public School as well as numerous other projects with learning at their core including MLC School – Senior Learning Centre, STEM School (a science-based school for 2,000 students) and the new MAAS Parramatta Powerhouse Competition.
Sally Campbell has won the Workplace of the Year award for resetting the way we work in the 21st century, according to BVN. As disruption to the real estate and property market grows, physical space and business strategy need to adapt. Campbell is an interior designer working at the forefront of this, delivering new coworking and flexible leasing workplace ecosystems.
Peter Titmuss understands the need to embed tactility and character into our cities. He has led many of BVN’s award-winning works including The Australian PlantBank with the Botanic Gardens Trust, Charles Sturt University - National Life Sciences HUB, Wagga Wagga and The University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute.
According to BVN, collective creativity to design a better future is at the core of the company’s beliefs, which starts at the top with equal partnerships. In addition, the appointment of Ali and Sally represents another step in BVN’s commitment to gender parity at the leadership level, making five female partners and co-owners.
Pictured: Ali Bounds, Sally Campbell, Peter Titmuss