More than 100 clients, colleagues and friends attended a day of celebrations to mark Broadway Malyan’s 10th anniversary in Singapore.
The day also provided an opportunity to invite guests to view the firm’s new design studio, following its relocation earlier in the year. The new space focuses on creativity and collaboration, with a range of diverse breakout spaces and work settings, room to display and showcase work and more facilities for staff.
Ian Simpson, APAC Chair and Board Director, said: “It was a fantastic event, bringing together a number of people that we work with throughout the region and wider world.
“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 that we can ensure that we continue to deliver exceptional designs and a fantastic working environment for our staff.”
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. The British High Commissioner Scott Wightman was a guest of honour at the event and highlighted the importance of creative firms working internationally to develop ideas and knowledge.