Practice shortlisted in designer and renovation categories in global RLI awards / by Broadway Malyan

Lisbon Airport

Global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan has been shortlisted in the ‘RLI Designer 2014’ category in the Global Retail & Leisure International (RLI) Magazine Awards.

The Broadway Malyan-designed Lisbon International Airport scheme (pictured above) is also shortlisted in the ‘RLI Shopping Centre Renovation 2014’ category, with the practice having led the retail planning and interior design on the five-year ‘airside’ repositioning of the Airport, which opened to passengers last year.

Winners will be announced at a gala awards ceremony and dinner on 5th June at The Natural History Museum in London, UK.

Chairman of Broadway Malyan, Stuart Rough, said: “These shortlistings are recognition for our 16-strong global studio network which was active in 41 countries over the past year, our 500-strong expert design team and its distinctive client focus and long-term client partnering, which resulted in over 75% income from repeat business last year.”

Stuart, who led the design of Lisbon International Airport, added: “Our team’s design projects the excitement of travel, offers comfort and a wide-range of high-quality retail experiences and waiting facilities, with retail and interior spaces that transform travellers’ experiences and create a gateway to Portugal’s capital city.”

Broadway Malyan is a long-established leader in the retail sector. The practice is renowned for retail planning, design and delivery, with a project portfolio ranging from new-build shopping centres to shop fit-outs, including award winners at the likes of the 2013 and 2010 ICSC European Shopping Centre Awards and 2011 ICSC VIVA Awards.

Distinguished by our global reach with 16 studios across world centres, unrivalled diversity with 500+ design experts and distinctive client focus with over 75% income from repeat business, we create world-class and fully-integrated cities, places and buildings to unlock lasting value and deliver a ‘return on design’.

 
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