Our successful international growth strategy has resulted in a global network of 16 studios that enables us to serve clients across mature and emerging markets and in 41 countries over the last year.

Our 500+ design experts are unrivalled in diversity which enables us to support clients across all types of markets and sectors.

Our distinctive client focus makes us a long-term partner with over 75% income from repeat business.

We create world-class and fully-integrated cities, places and buildings, sustainable communities with social and economic purpose and support responsible global urbanisation to unlock lasting value and deliver a ‘return on design’.

World Architecture 100 / Building Design: “Broadway Malyan continued its global expansion in 2013, acquiring Chilean practice Antonio Prado Arquitectura Comercial to create a studio in Santiago. That ever-increasing reach enabled the practice to work in 41 countries last year. Broadway Malyan still sees Britain as a core market. Managing Director Gary Whittle said: “We remain fully committed to our home market and see an emerging wider confidence in the UK.” Highlights in 2013 included winning both the Everton Park Destination Hub project in Liverpool and the Bandar Malaysia masterplan.” (1st January 2014)

The Sunday Times International Track 200 (#92): “The practice has offices in 16 cities around the world, including São Paulo, Abu Dhabi, Mumbai and Shanghai, and works across the retail, commercial, residential, healthcare, education and hospitality sectors for customers that include Petronas, Roche and Taj Hotels. Broadway Malyan is owned by its management and employees and is led by Gary Whittle. Overseas work generated £33.3m in 2012.” (7th July 2013)

The Architects’ Journal: “Founded in 1958, Broadway Malyan has grown into a truly global practice with almost two thirds of its work now overseas. In the past year the company broke into Indonesia, Vietnam and Qatar. The practice has 16 offices around the world and was active in 41 countries in 2012. 85 per cent of income came from repeat business last year.” (9th May 2013)

Building: Managing Director Gary Whittle said: “We are actively exporting our expertise through an international growth strategy. Last year, for the first time in 50 years, we undertook most of our work outside the UK and Europe. We also opened new offices in São Paulo, Mumbai and Istanbul. This year we have already broken into Indonesia and Qatar and pushed into the international sports sector. We are also actively partnering clients moving into emerging markets.” (23rd May 2012)

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