dwp and dwp|suters merges to become one company

Global design firm dwp has announced today that it has merged with dwp|suters to become one company, describing its decision as “a natural step”, after four years of close collaboration.

The company has adjusted its executive roles with Leone Lorrimer appointed as CEO. Scott Whittaker was appointed as its group creative director and Brenton Mauriello as executive chairman.

 “The merger consolidates our studios in Asia, Australia and the Middle East and fully establishes dwp – design worldwide partnership – as a global firm with its heart in Asia. The partnership strengthens our expertise in the hospitality, residential, workplace, health, education, seniors living and sport sectors,” said the company.

dwp will complete the alignment of its design, BIM, marketing and business development together with the integration of its financial systems so that the two will work even more seamlessly together.

Recently, dwp launched a new website, introducing its latest projects.

dwp’s largest sector of value within the GCC regions lies within the hospitality market. The Dubai office is looking forward to the opening of its projects including the W Hotel and Residence in Palm Jumeirah, The Millennium Montrose in Dubiotech and the Double Tree Hilton in Baysquare.

READ MORE: Relevance of heritage has become part of mid-market hospitality says Maliha Neshat, DWP

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