Benoy, the international firm of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers, hosted a delegation visiting from Bandung, Indonesia, at its London Studio this week.
This is the second group to come to London from Indonesia’s third largest city and meet with Benoy this year.
Following on from the Mayor’s visit in June, this lunch meeting witnessed a group of city officials who are interested in Urban Development and Regeneration to raise the city’s profile.
This was a PPP Delegation (Public-Private Partnership) where they are seeking out private firms, such as Benoy, to help the city realise its vision for the future.
Included in the group were several key members of the Mayor’s team who requested a meeting with Benoy after the positive first event in June and the follow up discussions that took place in Bandung.
Benoy Global Director Tom Cartledge, Director Adam Blacker and Divisional Director Neil Kee (visiting from the Singapore Studio) hosted the group at the London Studio where they presented Benoy’s key global projects as well as the practice’s growing Indonesian portfolio.
“Increasingly, Indonesia is becoming a major market for Benoy; Bandung is demonstrating its commitment to grow with the country with these visits to London and we are very much looking forward to working with the city as it begins to realise its vision,” said Tom.
Benoy has several projects planned and on-site throughout Indonesia and opened the firm's first cultural design, Ciputra Artpreneur, in 2014.