Benoy has evolved from humble beginnings to become one of the leading lights in global architecture, with a significant and growing footprint in Asia.
With an impact that belies its humble origins having started from a small operation founded in 1947 in Nottinghamshire in England, it has since had a profound and lasting impact in shaping the fabric of cities throughout the world.
With significant and multi-awarded icons around the globe such as Bluewater, ION Orchard, Elements Mall, and Ferrari World, and more recent ones such as multiple Alibaba developments, King’s Road, Sanya CDF Mall II, ICONSIAM and David Jones Flagship Department Store, our projects are rooted in the tenets of social, economic and environmental responsibility, finding the synergy between various stakeholders and users of our developments.
The maverick spirit behind Indonesia’s PDW Architects
As design director of PDW Architects, Mohammad Archica Danisworo is applying a defiant maverick spirit to alter Indonesia’s built environment for the better
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Home to Penang’s international airport, Bayan Lepas is evolving to become a promising hub for real estate investors
Retrofitting reaches Asia
Retrofitting Asia’s existing housing stock may hold the key to lower carbon emissions in the real estate industry
Meet the influential man in the green corner
Ommid Saberi works to reduce the impact of buildings on climate change, with a focus on developing countries