Ron Bertoli Executive Director & Founding Partner

Ron is an Executive Director and Founding Partner, responsible for Inhabit’s Europe and Asia operations and sits on the Board of Directors for Inhabit globally. He is based in Paris.

With more than 25 years of experience, his leadership of Inhabit sees him collaborating with some of the world’s most respected architects and developers. With extensive experience in the design of buildings, as well as the knowledge required for viable, value conscious construction, Ron has a particular emphasis on the delivery of premium finishes that hold both aesthetic appeal as well as long term durability, reliability and cost effectiveness. This has led to him working with renowned brands, architects and developers including Disney (entertainment), Chanel (luxury lifestyle), UN Studio (architecture), Foster & Partners (architecture) and Capitaland China (developer).

Along with technical skills, Ron’s strengths lie in the front end design and decision making process to ensure the right course is established from the outset, taking into account design aesthetics, engineering, budget and constructability. He is a proven leader who encourages and empowers the Inhabit team of over 150 designers, engineers and administration staff across 12 offices. Providing technical and managerial leadership to a large team of professionals allows a consistent and uniform approach to maintaining a technically competent team all working with the same underlying principles, and providing services of the highest standard across all markets.

Some of Ron’s most prominent projects include:

.  The Cullinan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
.  Hong Kong Airport Terminal Building, Hong Kong
.  The Sage Gateshead Concert Hall, Gateshead, United Kingdom
.  Emirates Park Towers, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
.  Pearl River Tower, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China
.  City of Dreams, Macau
.  Menara Astra, Jakarta, Indonesia
.  Shanghai Disney Resort, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China

Appointed to Board of Directors: February 2010