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Dana received her BArch from the American University of Beirut and MPhil in Environmental Design from the University of Cambridge. Dana joined RMJM in 2001 becoming an Associate in 2007. Whilst at RMJM, Dana led many high profile projects including the low energy Jessop West departmental and teaching facility, and the Learning Hub, a flexible learning and teaching space, both for the University of Sheffield. Dana has been involved in research, writing and lecturing on environmental design and sustainability in architecture. She was the creative force and leader of RED (RMJM Environmental Design), a multidisciplinary team of experts in energy efficiency and sustainability in the built environment, disseminating environmental design knowledge and experience across projects.
Richard received his BSc(Hons) from the University of East London and his Diploma from Oxford Brookes University. He is registered with the Architects Registration Board and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Richard was a finalist in the RIBA Bronze Metal for Architecture, a nationwide award for degree level students in 1987 and was awarded First Prize in the RIBA/Pilkington Glass Grove Street Competition in 1992. Richard has worked for leading practices Denton Corker Marshall and RMJM. While at Denton Corker Marshall he worked on one-off housing, office fit-outs and a number of hotel projects. He joined RMJM in 1999 where he was senior project architect on a broad range of projects including university, commercial and industrial buildings.