To celebrate the 10th anniversary, the Shanghai team invited key clients and colleagues from around the global practice to join them for a day. Guests attended one of three study tours; retro and culture (including Fuxing Art Centre, Rockbund Art Museum and 1933), new retail (including Taikoo Hui, Jing’an Kerry Centre and Lujiazui Harbour City 1862) and integrated workplace and hospitality (including Shanghai Tower, WeWork and Edition Hotel).
These tours demonstrated the latest trends in design and achievements in Chinese architecture.
In the evening, a drinks reception and meal were hosted at Pop American Brasserie on the Bund, which was endorsed and opened by Louise Cantillon, the Commerce Counsellor of Shanghai British Consulate General.
She said: "It is fantastic to be able to celebrate this important milestone with the Broadway Malyan team. Speaking to them tonight, it is clear that their passion for creating great places has not diminished and I am excited to see what’s next for the Shanghai studio."