Broadway Malyan breaks into Vietnam
Broadway Malyan has broken into Vietnam with a brief to design and support the delivery of the World Trade Center Danang.
It will be working on behalf of investment management and real estate developer VinaCapital Commercial Center.
Following an international design competition, the practice is providing a full range of architectural, landscape and graphic design services on the project. It has released the first images of part of the scheme, a 46,600m2 retail project which will be the first shopping centre in Vietnam to include a department store.
The World Trade Center Danang occupies a high-profile site facing the Han River and running through the city. It is set to become a major mixed-use real estate scheme in Danang and a catalyst for driving new development on the west bank of the River.
By breaking into Vietnam the practice is seeking to capitalise on the long-term growth predicted in the country, as well as the wider region. Broadway Malayan is actively growing its Asia-based operations. It pushed into Indonesia with its first project win in the country in January and has since announced a major global R&D headquarter project win in China.
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This article was published on 29 Jun 2012 (last updated on 29 Jun 2012).