Oberlanders promotes five from its architectural team

Oberlanders promotes five from its architectural team

The promotions at Oberlanders

Five of the architectural team at Oberlanders, including three in Edinburgh and one in Inverness, have achieved promotions.

Lise Wisen (Edinburgh) and Tasos Rozos (Oxford) have been promoted to associate.

While Catriona Kinghorn (Inverness), Teresa Sotoca (Edinburgh) and Margarida Magro (Edinburgh) have been promoted to senior architect.

Lise joined Oberlanders in 2019 and since then has been an integral part of its Science and Research team, working on projects such as the Institute of Genetics and Cancer expansion for the University of Edinburgh, and the new crop research facilities for the James Hutton Institute.

Tasos has been with the practice since 2020, joining its Oxford studio at the start of the pandemic. He has quickly become a key member of the Oxford team, working on the new Microsoft Research facility in Cambridge and the Vaccine Manufacturing Innovation Centre in Oxford.

Teresa joined Oberlanders’ Higher Education team in 2021. A talented and dedicated architect, she has been the architect for the University of Dundee Life Science Innovation Hub.

Catriona also joined in 2021. Passionate about sustainable design, she is an accredited Passivhaus architect and works from the Inverness studio. She is working on a number of projects in the Highlands, including the Corrieshalloch Gorge visitor centre for the National Trust for Scotland.

Margarida has been with the Healthcare team since she joined Oberlanders in 2018. She was the project architect on the recently completed, Skye and Lochalsh Community Hospital for NHS Highland and recently qualified as a Passivhaus architect.

A spokesperson for Oberlanders said: “Each promotion recognises growth, hard work and dedication and marks our commitment to developing our future leaders across the practice. Congratulations and very well done to you all.”

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