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Jonathan Chew

Associate - Bickerton MastersAustralia
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Jonathan has been with Bickerton Masters since 2013. He played a significant role in the early development of The Village by Scalabrini, developing an interest in designing for people living with dementia. He continued to be involved and lead on a number of aged care & seniors living projects whilst finishing his tertiary study on a part-time basis. After completing this, Jonathan embarked on a secondment with HammondCare in Sydney within their Property & Capital Works team. He plays a key role in our sector expertise for aged care & retirement living, recently leading members of our staff through the Understanding Dementia course run by The Wicking Dementia Centre.

His strength in communication and people management makes him a valuable asset on any team. Combining these skills with an eye for design and a passion for a story produces well thought out approaches that are in line with our practice's ethos of 'design through understanding'. In his spare time, Jonathan enjoys data analysis and visualization. He was also a finalist in the Philip Y Bisset scholarship in 2018, proposing to look at different applications of culturally and linguistically diverse populations in dementia care facilities across the world. 
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