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Dominic Kramer – Director – RIBA
Dominic has now become the managing director of Morton Wykes Kramer and is driving the business forward. He has pursued his enthusiasm for finding solutions to our energy crisis by becoming a qualified Passivhaus designer and ensuring that all the staff at the practice are working in a sustainable way . This approach to building design is particularly relevant to large commercial developments where energy waste can mean the difference between profit and loss and the government’s drive towards Carbon Zero commercial buildings in 2019.
Dominic studied architecture at Oxford Brookes and Bath University and later lectured for over 10 years at The University of Northampton and De Montfort University on architecture and construction. During his career Dominic headed a team at PRP Architects, who specialise in large housing schemes, where he developed and advised the Government’s Housing Corporation on Modern Methods of Construction. He was also a consultant for Milton Keynes Council. Dominic joined Morton Wykes Kramer in 2008. He specialises in educational buildings and is expert at tackling complex building failures, proposing solutions to return them to pristine condition. Dominic is currently an active RIBA council member.
Eleonora Rizzo joined MWK in March 2016. She qualified as architect in Italy where she worked in the high-end residential property sector before moving to England in 2006. Before joining MWK, she worked for the Property Services of Buckinghamshire County Council in the delivery of medium-large capital schemes across different sectors of the capital asset. She has also several years of experience in the healthcare design and implementation of construction works in live environments. She is interested in the conservation of historic buildings and is a RIBA conservation registrant.
Alessia is an Italian graduate in Building Engineering/Architecture from Southern Italy. She moved to the UK in August 2015 and had two different internships before joining MWK. Her academic course provides her with a mix of architectural knowledge and construction techniques development including thermal and structural calculation. She is able to use the modern techniques of surveying, such as 3d laser scanning and photogrammetry, and the 3d modelling approach to better show to client the realistic aspect of the project . She loves contemporary architecture and smart design. She likes travelling, discovering new cultures and eating food from different parts of the world.