WATG relocates to Asia

Design firm WATG will be expanding and relocating its Singapore office to new studios located at 8 Commonwealth Lane, #02-03 Singapore 149555 effective January 25, 2012.

Also as part of WATG's vision to further penetrate the Asia market, Bill Reed, vice president, and Tom Williams, associate vice president, will be relocating from Seattle to Singapore.  With creative designers from Seattle  also be relocating to Singapore, the Seattle office will subsequently close this summer.

Since joining WATG in 1984, Reed has contributed to the design of such projects as the Ayana Resort and Spa in Bali; Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village, California; Al Badia Golf Clubhouse by InterContinental at Dubai Festival City; Shangri-La’s Baar Al Jissah Resort & Spa in Oman; Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa; and The Ritz-Carlton in Palm Beach, Florida.  Meanwhile, Williams, AIA, LEED AP has over 15 years of design experience and a background in architecture, hospitality management, and graphic design.

Since its founding in 1945, WATG has designed destinations in 160 countries from its offices worldwide.

WATG is one of the premier hospitality design consultancies in the world, according to surveys by Hotel Design and Hotel & Motel Management magazines. Hospitality Design magazine’s survey of companies ranked WATG’s corporate culture among the top in the world: best career advancement, best firm philosophy, best client list, best list of projects, and most innovative.


WATG-designed Ayana Resort and Spa Villas

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