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BVN appoints new co-CEOs

BVN principals Ninotschka Titchkosky and Neil Logan have been appointed co-CEOs of the practice’s global studio.

Both are currently based in BVN’s Sydney studio. Logan will relocate to Brisbane in 2019. BVN said in a statement the pair would “collectively bring together their expertise in design, research and business strategy to ensure BVN continues to create projects with great foresight for our clients and humanistic environments that support social cohesion and digital integration.”

The pair will “knit together” BVN’s national and international studios. The practice is located in Brisbane, Hong Kong, New York and Sydney.

The pair will replace James Grose, who will step down in January 2019 after 12 years in the role. Grose will remain with the practice and focus on projects.

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