Building Designers Association of Victoria (BDAV) announced today that Dominique Hunter has been named President of the Association.
After a two-year term, former President Lindsay Douglas has passed the baton to Ms Hunter to lead the Association as the seventeenth President. Ms Hunter will work closely with Vice President Ingrid Hornung and Treasurer Peter Lombadozzi to support building designers and the wider design professional community.
Ms Hunter brings more than 20 years’ design expertise and industry knowledge to the role, and has served on the Committee of Management for 12 years, having held both the Treasurer and Vice President positions.
The incoming President said she is delighted to have been appointed to lead the organisation and is looking forward to driving the BDAV’s long-term objectives.
“I am passionate about creating efficient design solutions, great business management and the broader design industry. I am deeply honoured to lead the BDAV’s Committee of Management,” Ms Hunter said.
“I’m excited to work with the BDAV members to expand the organisation’s offerings and support designers to create strong, sustainable designs.”
Ms Hunter’s ambition is to help the Association shape a cohesive design industry, built on teamwork and collaboration amongst all design parties. Ms Hunter will drive the celebration of good building design through education, advocacy and communication.
Driven by classic design, Ms Hunter’s expertise lies in space planning and creating an optimal living space that maximises the surrounding environment with sustainable features.
Ms Hunter is the founder and design director at Hunter & Richards and is a Victorian Registered Building Practitioner.
For more information about the BDAV, please email [email protected] or call 9416 0227.