Daniela Ciarcelluti

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Daniela Ciarcelluti is a co-founder of CMA. She has responsibility for creative strategies within the practice as well as joint responsibility for the design direction of projects.

As a thoughtful and insightful architect she is committed to delivering unique and bespoke architecture that is sustainable and socially aware.

Prior to founding the practice she honed her design skills in reputable UK practices such as Buckley Grey Yeoman and John McAslan and Partners working on high profile new build and refurbishment projects in the residential, mixed use and commercial sectors.

Daniela also has broad international experience having worked in architectural offices in Canada, Portugal, and Italy and as a design studio tutor for the University of Waterloo Rome Programme.

She completed her postgraduate diploma with distinction in 2004 at the University G. d’Annunzio (Italy).
Greg Mathers

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As co-founder of CMA, Greg is responsible for the practice management and shares joint responsibility for the design direction of projects. As a Certified Passivhaus Designer he leads the technical direction of all projects, applying Passivhaus principles to increase occupant comfort and the longevity of built work. 

Prior to founding the practice, Greg worked for leading architectural practices such as Arquitectonica in New York and Nicholas Hare Architects in London.

With expertise in new build and refurbishment work, he has led projects for numerous private house alterations and extensions, a commercial office building, a mixed use development and alterations to a terrace of Listed Buildings occupied by highly regarded London Art School.

In addition Greg has a valuable background in the retail, cultural, and education sectors and has worked in Canada, the USA, New Zealand and Italy.

He obtained a Masters of Architecture in 2003 from the University of Waterloo in Canada and was an architectural design tutor and external examiner for both University of Waterloo and University of G. d'Annunzio (Italy).
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