The Directors of DASH Architects, Jason Schulz and David Holland, and Associate, Deborah Lindsay, adopt a 'hands on' approach and remain integrally involved in all of the work undertaken by the office. This approach means that DASH Architects follow a consistent and accountable process that produces high quality outcomes.
Jason and David remain integrally involved with all of the work undertaken by the office.
Supporting Jason, David, and Deborah are a diverse team of architects, graduates, technicians and administrative staff comprising of: Andrew van Zanten, Chris Dalgairns, Chris Greening, Euleena MacLachlan, Emily McKendrick, and Georgia Turner. Each is an experienced professional with specialist skills.
Jason is one of the State’s leading heritage consultants, having been responsible for working on some of the State’s most important heritage assets, and advising on some of the State’s largest and most important redevelopments. This expertise spans Local, State, and National heritage values and processes.
In addition to this, Jason was a member of the South Australian Heritage Council (Dept of Environment Water and Natural Resources) for 10 years and was also on the Local Heritage Advisory Committee (Dept of Planning Transport and Infrastructure) and was a member of the City Centre Design Review Panel (Office of Design and Architecture SA).
Previous postings have also included Local Heritage Advisor to the City of Adelaide, Presiding Member of the City of Adelaide Urban Design Advisory Panel, and Deputy Presiding Member of the City of Unley Development Assessment Panel.
During this time, David has been responsible for, or overseen, a number of significant heritage projects (including multiple RAIA award winners), significant architectural projects, Conservation Management Plans (CMPs), and conservation projects.
David is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA). He has previously been its State President, a National Director, and a member of the National Practice Committee. He was also a Chapter Councillor and chair of the State Practice Committee. David previously sat on the Architectural Practice Board of South Australia. He is also a member of various State and National Visiting Panels responsible for the accreditation of the Architectural courses at the University of Adelaide and at the University of South Australia.
Deborah is a member of the South Australian Heritage Council, providing advice to the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation in relation to strategic heritage matters and the listing of State Heritage Places, and a member of the Heritage Sub-Committee of the State Planning Commission, providing advice to the State Planning Commission in relation to listing Local Heritage Places and establishing Historic Areas. Deborah is also a member of Australia ICOMOS, the peak professional heritage organisation in Australia.