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We are pleased to welcome Fabiana Nery Pardhanani to the team
We are pleased to announce that Fabiana Nery Pardhanani has joined chapmanbdsp as head of lighting.
Fabiana has a variety of experience and an impressive international portfolio of both small and large projects, including hotels, commercial buildings, high end residential, landscape designs, retail developments and luxury yachts.
Fabiana qualified as an architect in 1998 in Brazil, working her way up to being a senior lighting designer and leading on a variety of projects.
After moving to the UK in 2003, Fabiana was awarded a Diploma in Lighting Design and worked for several London-based companies as a lighting designer.
As well as creating and developing a successful lighting design department, she also worked alongside some of London's most prestigious architects on several major international projects, including the Puerta America Hotel in Madrid; the Capella Resort in Singapore and the World Trade Centre development in Abu-Dhabi.
Fabiana says she takes a systematic approach when creating lighting schemes, considering all architectural influences and aspects in order to produce precise and appropriate lighting schemes and most importantly sustainable projects.
She adds that her passion for environmental comfort energy and lighting, mixed with her architectural background, gives her conceptual lighting design ideas an innovative mix.
Fabiana, who also has a Master’s degree in Environmental Comfort, said: ‘I am delighted to be joining chapmanbdsp at a really exciting time.
'The company has such a strong reputation in the industry and I am really looking forward to making lighting a truly integrated part of our offering.’
Paul McLaughlin, head of operations at chapmabdsp, said: ‘We are very pleased to have Fabiana joining the specialist division, with her lighting design skills, bringing more innovation and expanding our abilities.’
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