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Yuli Cadney-Toh is an architect with a career of over 25 years in design-led global architecture, from inception to completion of commercial towers, airports and surgery centres, to television broadcasting and one-off houses.
At the Richard Rogers Partnership (RRP), her portfolio includes Channel 4 Television Headquarters and Heathrow Terminal 5.
Yuli is the co-founder of Toh Shimazaki Architecture (1998-2011), where she developed a personal language in architecture that is characterised by the award winning OSH House and private surgery Centre for Sight.
In Australia, she was façade design lead at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) completing the multi-award-winning 6 star Greenstar International Towers at Barangaroo, Sydney. She went on to lead the team for Brookfield Place Tower 2, Perth, Western Australia with Woods Bagot . She work with WB Chairman on research and technical innovation streams, and the concept for Gatwick Airport's Edge Pier and South Terminal Exchange Module.
Moving to the South West, Yuli joined BDP (2017-2020) as Design Lead in their Bristol studio. She focused on major residential-led regeneration projects and workplace. She also developed the Gap House, a sustainable off-site manufactured small home on disused garage sites, originally launched at the Bristol Housing Festival.
Yuli is passionate about design quality and its positive community impact. She has been serving on the Design West (formerly BUDF) panel for 3 years, reviewing major projects for the 4 combined authorities of West of England (WECA). She served as RIBA Awards SW chair in 2018 and on the judging panel of the McEwen Awards 2019. She is currently RIBA SW spokesperson for ‘Working with an Architect’ a national public awareness campaign.