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Rozalind runs the practice’s UK ofﬁce.
Since joining the practice in 1999 Rozalind has worked extensively in the area of hospital design and medical planning. In 2001 she was appointed Associate Director and is leading many current healthcare projects in Dublin, Enniscorthy and Cork.
Rozalind graduated with honours from the University of Natal, South Africa in 1998, completed her professional practice at UCD in 2002 and is a member of the RIAI, the RIBA, and Architects for Health and is registered with ARB.
Rozalind has developed a great understanding in integrating the clinical requirements of patients and staff with those of designing a modern contemporary healthcare facility and has demonstrated this in her role as project architect or lead medical planner on major hospital projects including the Rotunda Hospital NICU; St. John’s Community Hospital Enniscorthy; Bons Secours Cork; Kerry General Hospital A+E Department; Mayo General Hospital, and at the Mater and Children’s Hospital. Rozalind has a particular interest in testing and researching design and clinical planning solutions with clients at early stages in her projects and in how such learning can inﬂuence unique solutions for planning of new facilities.
Rozalind has also a key design responsibility in the development of the Tipperary Venue project at Turnpike in Co. Tipperary, one of the largest hotel racecourse and leisure developments in the country, which has received Planning Permission.