Global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan has merged with architects DC3 and its sister company workplace design specialists WILL+Partners.
The move means Broadway Malyan will broaden and diversify the sectors and client-base it serves via its London studio, with initial targets including work in the life sciences and commercial sectors, alongside corporate real estate fit out and City-based companies.
Architecture practice DC3 was founded by John Drew, William Poole-Wilson and Therese Bak. Drew was a Partner at Foster & Partners where he spent 15 years and was responsible for a number of the practice’s City of London projects. Bak has worked in New York and London with SOM and, alongside Drew at Rafael Vinoly Architects. Over the years they worked collaboratively with William Poole-Wilson. They bring extensive experience of high-profile developments in London and internationally, including projects such as Battersea Power Station Masterplan and 20 Fenchurch Street, known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’.