10 Design expands footprint with Singapore Studio
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Hong Kong – International architecture practice, 10 Design, is pleased to announce the opening of a new design studio in Singapore. It is established to support the practice’s ongoing and new projects in SE Asia.

Ross Milne, CEO of 10 Design, said: “The board’s decision to further expand into SE Asia and establish a design studio in Singapore was a natural progression in our business growth strategy. We have been fortunate to work with clients in the region who are committed to design excellence and interested in our innovative and design approach. Our current SE Asia portfolio extends across Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, and Myanmar. Opening the Singapore design studio truly marks a pivotal point in our growth, and will provide our clients with a greater level of on-the-ground design and delivery services in SE Asia.”

10 Design has also announced the appointments of Peter Barrett as Partner - Master Planning and José Cláudio Silva as Design Partner to lead the Singapore studio.

Peter brings over 28 years planning and urban design experience and has been based in SE Asia since 1997. His diverse portfolio includes master planning projects and urban design studies for green-field and urban renewal sites globally with a strong focus on SE Asia.

José has over 18 years of design and delivery experience across SE Asia and internationally. He has led the design of a wide spectrum of building typologies and delivered numerous iconic projects. His experience encompasses all phases of a project cycle from concept design through to documentation and site supervision.

Barry Shapiro, Managing Partner - Asia of 10 Design, commented: “We are delighted that Peter and José are joining our new Singapore studio. Their experience and extensive regional market knowledge will significantly enhance 10 Design’s architectural and master planning services across the region, providing expertise in mixed use developments, retail, office, residential, hospitality, transport, education, cultural, and civic projects.”