Wilson Associates opens three new global office locations

Wilson Associates has opened three new global office locations, following the earlier relocation of its Dubai office to the D3 neighborhood. The design firm now has 10 locations around the world, including in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Paris, Singapore, Shanghai, Dubai, London, Bangkok and Tokyo.

The Dubai office moved to the Dubai Design District, expanding to accommodate a growing team. Led by managing director Isabel Pintado, the Dubai team’s portfolio of work has doubled and includes a number of forthcoming iconic projects, such as Anantara RAK Resort, La Maison Residential Tower and Marriott Resort Taghazout Bay, Morocco.

As part of a recently announced partnership agreement with Zaha Hadid Architects and Arcplus, Wilson Associates is establishing a London presence, housed within the offices of Zaha Hadid Architects in Clerkenwell, central London. Monika Moser will serve as managing director of the London office in addition to the Paris office.

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Led by design director and architect Ong-Art Ngamnarongkij, Wilson Associates’ new Bangkok studio specializes in architecture services offerings, including master planning and concept architecture with a primary focus in resort architecture. 

Meanwhile, Wilson’s new office in Tokyo, Japan is located in the Shinagawa business hub.

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