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Benoy expand Asian base

Global architecture firm Benoy have announced that they are expanding their Global reach further by opening an office in Singapore. The news follows the company’s successful expansion into Hong Kong, mainland China and India.

Located in Suntec Tower Two on Temasek Boulevard, Benoy Singapore is now home to a multi-disciplined team led by Divisional Director Meeta Patel - who will continue to work on projects in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

“It is a real privilege to be part of Benoy’s continuing expansion with the opening of the new office in Singapore. By providing high quality, creative and commercially successful designs to our existing and new clients in the region, we intend to firmly establish Benoy’s roots in Singapore” says Patel.

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