Scott Brownrigg celebrated its new home in Singapore at the Gateway West building with a party attended by local and regional clients and consultants from across the built environment industry.
11 October, 2018
Established in London 1n 1910, international design practice Scott Brownrigg launched its Singapore office in 2013 with a soiree at the Eden Hall, the British High Commissioner’s official residence on Nassim Road.
The Singapore studio’s five years in the business saw the completion and opening of its first project, the University of Reading in EduCity, Malaysia, and the appointment of Singapore architect Raymond Hoe as the studio lead.
On September, Scott Brownrigg celebrated the opening of its new studio at the Gateway West building. The party was attended by key clients and consultants from across the built environment industry both in Singapore and in the wider region.
The 150-square-metre office provides a more central and prominent location that will meet the studio’s aspirations.
“The Singapore Studio is undergoing a period of growth, as a result of a number of key wins within the region,” said Hoe. “The move to these new offices provides a more central, strategic location, and enables us to further develop our expertise and offering to clients.”
The studio’s five-year plan focuses on the key expertise areas of Advanced Technologies, Offices, Hospitality, Education, Transport and Aviation, which are apparent in the studio’s portfolio.
Recently completed projects by the Singapore team include the Newcastle Research and Innovation Institute for Newcastle University within the Devan Nair’s Institute at Jurong East and DODID data centre on Tagore Road.
Some of the studio’s upcoming projects include a medical facility for the University of Newcastle in Johor, Park Inn by Radisson in North Luzon, Philippines, Bay Capitol Hotel in Danang and Pearl Resort in Hoi An.
View photos of the launch party from the gallery below.
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