dwp|suters is celebrating the first anniversary of a strategic alliance that brought together dwp and dwp|suters to offer a one-stop integrated architecture and interior design service to their clients.
According to dwp|suters CEO Leone Lorrimer, their clients benefit from the design firm’s access to international research and best practice, enabling them to introduce innovations that allow clients to build their brand and competitiveness.
Ms Lorrimer added that the strategic alliance has since grown with the company broadening its reach globally and strengthening its position as a leading firm in Australia, Asia and the Middle East.
dwp Group CEO, Brenton Mauriello comments that the strategic alliance has allowed dwp to expand its architectural capabilities significantly, particularly in the sport + leisure, health and senior living sectors. Working together has also allowed the alliance to jointly extend their design services to their international customers, throughout Asia, the Middle East and Australia.
dwp|suters continues to strengthen its project experience in the health, education, workplace, sports + leisure and seniors living sectors.
Recent projects include Royal Rehab, Sydney; Surf Coast Secondary School, Torquay; The Hills Shire Council Relocation, Sydney; Cockburn Physical Activity and Education Centre, Perth and Carlton Wellbeing Precinct, Melbourne.
dwp|suters offers expertise in four portfolios: Community, Lifestyle, Work and Infrastructure. Presenting an impressive range of capabilities to both local and international clients, dwp|suters has studios located in Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Vietnam, Singapore, Dubai and Bahrain.