Our cities are under pressure – more people, more young, more elderly and many more demands for homes, jobs, education and health provision. We want and need the best cities possible. We want neighbourhoods and communities that are great places to live in, that allow for quality, successful and healthy lifestyles.
This book captures Broadway Malyan’s involvement in Phase 1 of the ADEC ‘Future Schools Programme’ from winning the initial design competition through to the design development and succesful delivery.
Broadway Malyan survey reveals what keeps retail developers awake at nightRead More
In 2015 Broadway Malyan won the commission to design a landmark international school in the heart of Singapore for one of Asia’s largest education organisations. The Nexus International School (Singapore) is the flagship school for the Nexus brand and develops a template for the school of the future.
The new school campus will set benchmarks for innovative design in terms of learning spaces, technology and sustainability.
Health City Novena is a 17 hectare masterplan located in Singapore. The scheme will see the creation of a new healthcare hub incorporating the existing Tan Tock Seng Hospital with a number of new specialist medical buildings alongside teaching and community facilities.
When designing next generation learning environments in Asia Pacific there is a growing trend of incorporating technology in educational spaces. However, while important, it is essential that we do not lose site of the people who will be using the various facilities.
Erith Park is a transformational regeneration project in the London Borough of Bexley that makes a significant contribution to the Mayor of London’s vision for new affordable housing in the capital.
“Building Momentum” tells the story of Broadway Malyan and its journey to become the international practice we are today. It explores our sector insight, our roots in countries around the world and examples of some of our best international projects.Read More
With 66% of the world’s population predicted to be living in urban areas by 2050 the challenge is to create comprehensive masterplans which put the community first.
Transit-orientated Development (ToD) can act as the catalyst for new integrated schemes which act as gateways to their destination.