Champalimaud Design appointed Edmond Bakos to serve as the firm's new Managing Director.
Bakos, who previously served for 18 years as a Principal and Studio Leader at Rockwell Group, will oversee a staff of 35 and spearhead the firm's expansion into new project types that leverage the firm's hospitality focus.
Edmond Bakos, Alexandra Champalimaud
With a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell and a Masters in Architecture from Harvard, Bakos is recognized for his ability to collaborate with high profile clients on complex projects to create innovative and engaging guest experiences. Past projects have included the first W Hotel, the Belvedere Hotel in Mykonos and the Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
"We are all delighted that Ed has joined us as a creative and business leader of our firm," said Alexandra Champalimaud, President & Principal Designer at Champalimaud Design. "He has a proven record of creating emotionally engaging spaces that achieve his clients' strategic objectives. And, given his strong business management, operations and financial management skills, I have every confidence that he can successfully expand our services and grow our business."
"My career with Rockwell has been thoroughly rewarding, and I leave with the highest respect for David Rockwell and the firm. But, I found this opportunity irresistible," said Bakos. "I have long admired the work Champalimaud produces, and it is a great honor to become the firm's Managing Director. Working with Alexandra and the strong team she has assembled, we look forward to broadening the creative offering to clients and, as always, focusing our efforts on the delivery of well crafted and financially successful projects for clients."
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