Warren and Mahoney has appointed Tamara White as its newest principal.

Tamara White joins Warren and Mahoney with over 25 years’ professional design experience, most recently working for architectural practice Woods Bagot and has led significant projects for NAB, San Francisco International Airport, Qantas and Google.

White will take on a leadership role within the interior design arm of the business, as Warren and Mahoney’s Sydney studio commences several large-scale projects, including the expansion of the Pyrmont campus of a global tech company.

“I’m looking forward to joining a studio that has so much momentum in Australasia. Warren and Mahoney has taken on some exciting projects in the region and their ‘One Studio’ approach means there’s scope to work across their entire prestigious and extensive portfolio,” says White.

Also recently appointed to the studio is David Hoad, who returns to Warren and Mahoney after a two-year stint with Architectus.

Studio Principal Sven Ollmann says he is thrilled to welcome White and Hoad to the team in Sydney.

“Tamara and David both demonstrate strong design, leadership and expertise in creating spaces and places that build common purpose and shift behaviour. They are both extremely dedicated and passionate about their work, and their strengths lie in establishing strong client and team relationships,” says Ollmann.

Image: Tamara White, David Hoad, Warren and Mahoney / Supplied.