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RMJM Dubai appoints senior designer

The Dubai branch of the international architectural firm RMJM has recently appointed Martin Butler as its new senior interior designer.



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The Dubai branch of the international architectural firm RMJM has recently appointed Martin Butler as its new senior interior designer.

Butler has 12 years’ experience in exhibition- and Interior design. His experience stretches across the globe from Australia to the UAE, where he has been involved in the design of commercial developments and projects such as the Al Ghandi office headquarters, InterContinental Hotel Resort in Fujairah and the Bahrain Bay Residences.

“I was drawn to the Middle east because of the variety and scale of projects; the opportunity to work on contracts you can only dream of in other parts of the world; and to work with people from all walks of life,” said Butler.

 

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