Mark Wood has been promoted to Associate Director at DMA.
Mark has extensive expertise of working on hotel, sport, leisure, residential, commercial and major mixed-use town centre developments. Mark led the design and delivery of DMA’s first sports project; the Otkritie Arena, new home to FC Spartak Moscow in Russia. He is currently developing an 85,000ft2 headquarter office building in Heathrow and several luxury boutique hotel designs including a key site next to Oxford Castle and the conversion of the Grade II listed 1906 John Dixon Butler Tower Bridge Police Station and Magistrates’ Court.
Commenting on the promotion, Dexter Moren said:
“As an experienced design architect Mark contributes considerably to the design direction within the practice. At DMA we try to maintain a culture which promotes responsibility and innovation at all levels where everyone feels they can make a difference. Mark’s promotion is testament to his ability to ‘make a difference’.”
In addition to Mark, the DMA management team includes four directors and six associates bringing specialist skills from concept through to delivery.
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About Dexter Moren Associates:
We are Dexter Moren Associates, an award winning practice of 50 people working across hotel and residential architecture, urban planning and interior design. We provide an individual approach to each project; we are passionate, commercially astute and committed to producing beautiful buildings that respond to location & context.
Over the last 22 years in business, we have established a world renowned reputation in the hotel sector. Today, we place our design-led ethos of ‘creating places people want to stay’ at the heart of every project we do whether it be a hotel, resort, residential development or sports stadium.