Daniela Ciarcelluti

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 Daniela Ciarcelluti drives the vision of projects and shares responsibility for the architectural design.

A thoughtful and insightful architect, she is committed to delivering innovative architecture that is sustainable and socially aware.
She believes in the transformative power of daylight and on its positive impact on wellbeing, considering that both natural and artificial light are crucial design elements to consider and plan from the outset of the project.
Since establishing CMA, she has worked closely with clients, planners and consultants,  successfully delivering residential and commercial projects whilst mastering a holistic approach at different scales from space planning to joinery design.

Prior to founding the practice she honed her design skills in award winning UK practices including Buckley Grey Yeoman and John McAslan and Partners. Daniela also has broad international experience having worked in architectural offices in Canada and Portugal.
She received her postgraduate diploma with distinction in 2004 from the University G. d’Annunzio (Italy) and was a design studio tutor in the University of Waterloo Rome Programme. 
Greg Mathers

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Greg Mathers is responsible for the practice management and shares joint responsibility for the architectural design.
With a profound appreciation for the craft of construction and an aptitude for spatial composition and detailed design, he combines pragmatism with innovation and elegance.
As a certified Passivhaus Designer, Greg directs technical excellence on all projects, applying rigor and an attention to detail to increase occupant comfort and ensure the longevity of built work. 
Greg has expertise in new build and refurbishment work and has delivered numerous domestic, commercial and education projects.
Prior to founding the practice, Greg worked for award winning UK practices Nicholas Hare Architects and Alan Higgs Architects as well as Arquitectonica in New York. His previous international experience has given him a wealth of knowledge in a variety of sectors and scales.
After graduating with a BES and MArch from the University of Waterloo (Canada), he worked in Italy for 3 years before settling in the London in 2006.
He has been an architectural design tutor and external examiner for both University of Waterloo (Canada and Italy) and University of G. d'Annunzio (Italy).  
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