New beginnings, 1950's
Cyril Broadway and John Malyan meet via an advert in Architect’s Journal.
The first project is the conversion of a wheelwright’s workshop and cottage into a new home.
On the 28th of April 1958 Broadway and Malyan is born.
John Maylan designs his own house.
Establishing an award-winning reputation for Housing Design, 1960
Ideal Homes Housing Competition for Stockport and Harlow – Broadway Malyan comes second in both and the practice starts to become noticed.
Broadway Malyan wins its first design award for 88 Oatlands Drive Weybridge. Highly commended in the Housing Design Awards.
The first recognition, 1970's
Hulme House St George’s Hill is completed for Dennis Hulme, NZ racing driver.
Broadway Malyan opens second office in Reading.
Broadway Malyan employs its first Landscape Architect.
Moving with the times, 1980's
John Malyan awarded an MBE for his services to architecture
Broadway Malyan gets its first computer.
Broadway Malyan celebrates its Silver Jubliee.
Broadway & Malyan drop the ampersand, becoming known as Broadway Malyan.
The practice now has over 100 staff, with 10 partners and 13 associates, becoming the 10th largest practice in the UK (Building Design)
A new London office opens in Soho Square.
Broadway Malyan celebrates its 30th anniversary with an exhibition at the RIBA.
Broadway Malyan's Landscape and Planning team at the Weybridge Business Park office.
European expansion, 1990's
Broadway Malyan completes its first overseas project, the Sintra Business Park in Portugal.
John Malyan retires.
Cyril Broadway sadly passes away aged 91.
The first Design Forum trip is organised to Paris.
The Lisbon office opens.
Manchester office opened by Gary Whittle and Neil Rose
Outline planning application approved for BP International Centre for Business and Technology heralding the start of a long and successful working relationship
Date of incorporation.
Establishing a global network of studios, 2000's
Margarida Caldeira becomes first woman appointed to the Main Board.
London studio moves to Southwark Bridge Road.
Broadway Malyan’s Graduate Development programme launched.
Lisbon studio celebrates its 10 year anniversary.
Celebrating 10 years of the Design Forum with a trip to Chicago.
Award winning refurbishment of the iconic Rossio Station in central Lisbon completes, now home to the Lisbon office.
Birmingham studio opened.
Liverpool, Abu Dhabi and Singapore offices opened, the practice’s first studios outside Europe.
Broadway Malyan celebrates 50 years in practice.
Shanghai studio opens
A major global player, 2010's
Broadway Malyan expands into South America, opening office in Sao Paulo.
Mumbai office opens, targeting masterplanning, hospitality, retail, healthcare and residential sectors.
Broadway Malyan wins its first project in Indonesia – to deliver the masterplan for the high-profile Cilandak Bisnis Square (CIBIS)
London’s tallest residential tower, ‘The Tower’ for St George, completes in Vauxhall.
Nexus Planning is born.
John Malyan dies at the age of 85
The practice becomes an EOT.
Broadway Malyan launches new brand celebrating Creating Places. Together.
Singapore office celebrates its 10 year anniversary.
Broadway Malyan celebrates 60 years of placemaking.
The Shanghai studio celebrates its 10 year anniversary.
Reading studio move into a brand new office in the city centre.
New central London studio opens in Waterloo.
Shanghai studio's Sean Li appointed to the APAC Board.
Ian Apsley appointed Managing Director.
The practice adapts well to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
Broadway Malyan merges with Will + Partners