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Architect

Gaston Damian Farrell, South African architect. Recipient Des Baker award for Design Province of Natal, 1985. Member, board directors, vice president Ann Arbor Art Association; Member South African Council Architects, Institute South African Architects, National Provincial Institute Architects, Africa Enterprise (international member), Order of Roundtable (Republic South Africa), Durban Country Club, Richmond Country Club.

Background

Farrell, Gaston Damian was born on February 14, 1961 in Durban, Republic South Africa. Son of Brian Michael and Margaret Ann (Sladin) Farrell.

Education

Student, Hilton College, 1978. Bachelor of Architecture, University National Durban, Republic South Africa, 1985.

Career

Junior associate, Meanwell, Anderson Jackson, 1979-1984; junior associate, Stauch Vorster & Partners, 1986-1987; project architect, design team leader, director marketing & new Research, Hobbs & Black Associations Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1987-1991; president, The Damian Farrell Design Group, Ann Arbor, since 1992; Chief Executive Officer, The Abodene Company International Import Export Company, Ann Arbor, since 1992. Consultant Catholic Church, 1985-1987, Richmond Town Board, 1986-1987, St. Andrews Heritage Fund, 1988, Royal Agriculture Society Natal.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member, board directors, vice president Ann Arbor Art Association. Member South African Council Architects, Institute South African Architects, National Provincial Institute Architects, Africa Enterprise (international member), Order of Roundtable (Republic South Africa), Durban Country Club, Richmond Country Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, fishing.

Connections

father:
Brian Michael Farrell

mother:
Margaret Ann (Sladin) Farrell