DWP – Design Worldwide Partnership – provides architectural and interior design services across Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. DWP was founded in Thailand in 1994 and grew to a consortium which was launched in 2001 as a partnership of design business on nearly every continent, with offices in Vietnam, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Thailand, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, United States, and Australia.
Tilal Al Ghaf
DWP was appointed to provide full interior design services for Tilal Al Ghaf which is a flagship new Dubai mixed-use community from Majid Al Futtaim. The design aim was to create an integrated living experience, founded on sustainable design and the art and science of place-making to create a cultural and soul-fulfilling community where meaningful roots truly grow.
Galerie 39 by AP
Galerie 39 is a very high-end condominium located on Bangkok’s Sukumvit Soi 39 with 28 stories and 88 units. All the elements of DWP’s design for the public areas from reception to pool and fitness reflect refined quality, sophistication, and a sense of sanctuary.
Every corner of the interior space contains suggestions of the extraordinary quality of life. Imported paintings and sculptures accessorize the public spaces and offer an ambiance of elegant timelessness and opulence. Vertiginous ceilings and towering floor-to-ceiling windows allow space and light to flow over the residents.
Hilton Garden Inn
DWP was appointed to complete the full interior design and consultancy services for the Hilton Garden Inn, a five-star hotel located in the heart of a shopping and entertainment district in Bahrain. The hotel reflects the cities past, present, and future as a growing dynamic hub.
In 2017, dwp|suters (formerly Suters Architects), a well-established Australian design firm, formally merged under the DWP banner cementing a long-term alliance of the two practices. The business has since been expanded to incorporate related services including event management, communications, and public relations and branding.
Lebua No.3, the world’s tallest gin, caviar & vodka bar is the newest addition to the DWP design: an all-star line-up of unmissable Thai experiences at Lebua. The blue lighting was a collaborative effort with a lighting designer. Coupled with the world’s first external digital dance floor which plays moving graphics to the music, Lebua bar no.3 is something you have never seen before.
Mandarin Orchard Hotel
The Mandarin Orchard Hotel in Singapore is a marquee project by DWP. This 5-star hotel refurbishment combines a contemporary monumental space with the warmth and exuberance of Asian charm.
The overall hotel interiors sought the use, purity, and expression of raw finishes and natural stones. The key element used is a fretwork adaptation of the Chinese character “喜”, which denotes happiness. This truly is a tranquil oasis located within the heart of the commercial and entertainment hub of Orchard Road.
For 25 years, DWP has been a global architecture and design company that has completed award-winning work. Proud of their entrepreneurial spirit, they are not afraid to push boundaries and face new challenges.
Perched on the edge of the Arabian coastline, this luxurious waterfront development offers uninterrupted water views and a vibrant residential community. Smooth, slim, and undulating, Saraya’s design echoes the water it towers above. The curvilinear façade, which looks like one continuous piece of glass, varies in color and shade according to the location and intensity of the sun.
The Heritage Hotel
DWP was commissioned to provide full interior design services for this 94 keys Heritage Hotel located within the Dubai Deira Waterfront Development. The design concept for this hotel was contemporary with influences from Emirati heritage. The warm atmosphere is showcased in the materials, elegant lines and shapes can be seen throughout the space and key artistic statements are found within the calligraphy pieces.
DWP steps into the future with cutting-edge collaborative, sustainable, and creative design technology.
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