Two promoted at Botelho Wood Architects
Botelho Wood Architects has promoted Krystal Rodrigues and Lisamarie Masters to the roles of associate.
Ms Rodrigues first joined Botelho Wood as a student intern when the firm opened in 2004. She continued to work at the firm throughout her education, and returned to Bermuda and Botelho Wood in 2014, having completed her architectural registration in Massachusetts.
The firm said she has applied her methodical approach to architecture to a variety of projects that she has contributed to including institutional, hospitality multifamily and single family residential. She enjoys working at different scales and creating spaces that have longevity through flexibility and adaptability.
Ms Rodrigues plays a role in Botelho Wood’s student outreach initiatives. She is vice-president of the Institute of Bermuda Architects, having previously served the organisation as president and secretary.
Ms Masters joined the firm in 2010 while actively pursuing registration in the State of New York, which she achieved in 2014. She has been involved in a range of projects including residential, commercial, hospitality, and retail. The firm said she has a unique skill set that proves successful on complex, intricate, and detail-oriented projects.
Ms Masters is president of the Institute of Bermuda Architects.
A spokesman for Botelho Wood said: “We celebrate these individuals for their demonstrated leadership and valuable contributions to the enduring success of our practice.”
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