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BDG architecture + design has announced the opening of its new studio in New York, which supports its expansion into the North American and Latin American market.
This exciting new move supports an increasingly global portfolio of dynamic clients including Lego, Nike, Sony and WPP. The studio opens with a number of projects across North America, under the creative direction of BDG’s Global Chief Creative Officer, Colin Macgadie, with Kelly D. Powell and Rebecca Wu-Norman as BDG NY Studio Leads. Architect Kelly has previously held key design and management positions within leading architectural firms such as IA Interior Architects and Perkins + Will, and Rebecca, formerly of M Moser, is a designer and artist with a multidisciplinary background.
Gill Parker, CEO of BDG architecture + design, says: ‘I am thrilled to announce this new studio. It is the latest evolution for BDG as an expanding global force in the workplace sector. People, place and purpose are at the heart of all our projects, creating environments that actively support and encourage collaboration and independent thinking for the betterment of the individual and the organisations in which they work.’
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