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About Jon-Scott Kohli
Associate at sports architecture and master planning practice Pattern Design
Jon-Scott studied environmental design at the University of British Columbia and earned his LEED accreditation before moving to the UK. He is an associate at sports architecture and masterplanning practice Pattern Design, where he has a coordination and management role on large-scale overseas projects that employ sophisticated passive climatic design solutions.
He is currently pursuing further degrees in architecture, spatial planning and urban design at the Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design in East London.
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