Broadway Malyan celebrated its tenth year in Singapore and a brand new office with a soiree attended by international colleagues, clients and friends.
June 7th, 2017
This year marks international architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan’s tenth year in Singapore. The decade in Singapore has seen the office grow from a handful of people to over 60 – a significant growth that prompted the firm to move to a bigger new space at Beach Road earlier this year.
Thus, celebrating the milestones, Broadway Malyan invited over 100 clients, international colleagues and friends for a soiree inside the new space. Focusing on creativity and collaboration, the new space features a range of diverse breakout areas and work settings, ample room to display and showcase work, and more facilities for staff.
“The move and the anniversary have provided an opportunity for reflection, in terms of the way we work and our achievements, and also to think ahead to the future so we can ensure that we continue to deliver exceptional designs and a fantastic working environment for our staff,” said Broadway Malyan APAC Chair and Board Director Ian Simpson.
The day’s entertainment included a traditional lion dance to commemorate the festivities, followed by two design tours of Singapore and a party in the evening. See the gallery below for more pictures.
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