Walters-Storyk Design Group co-principals Beth Walters and John Storyk have announced an expanded management role for Sergio Molho (pictured), a valued associate for 19 years and long-term head of the firm’s Latin American office in Buenos Aires. Molho will continue to work closely with his long-time WSDG colleagues Dirk Noy, partner/GM Europe, and Renato Cipriano, partner/GM Brazil.
“During the nearly 20 years of our working relationship, Sergio Molho has developed into a multifaceted expert in every aspect of our architectural and acoustic design business,” Beth Walters says. “His creative design, technical and interpersonal skills have made him an indispensable member of our international team. We are delighted to name him Director of New Business Development as we continue our global expansion.”
“My new mission with WSDG is two-fold,” Molho says. “I will split my time on the development of new business both globally, and in the U.S., while continuing to manage the activities of our Latin American office. The synergy between our offices in the U.S., Switzerland, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, Beijing and Mexico City, flourishes thanks to technological and communications advances which enable us to collaborate with an extraordinary degree of creativity, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. I will now bring that message to an expanding client base.”
Molho began his association with WSDG in 1994 as a founding partner of the firm’s Latin America office. Over the next two decades, he played an integral role in the development of WSDG projects ranging from MTV’s Latin America Broadcast Studios to Platinum artist Fito Paez’s Circo Beat, which is Latin America’s only TEC Award-winning studio. Molho has initiated and supervised numerous global WSDG corporate, educational, House Of Worship and home theater projects, including full A/V Systems Integration for Phillipe Starck’s award-winning Faena Hotel & Universe in Buenos Aires; acoustic design and consulting for Latin America’s first IMAX 3-D Cinema, and most recently facility design work for Qatar TV, a major broadcast complex in Doha on the Persian Gulf.
In a related announcement, WSDG Latin America has moved their offices to a new location in Buenos Aires nearby the country’s Congress and Parliamentary buildings.
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