April 25, 2019
Space Matrix, a major design and build workplace consultancy in Asia Pacific has joined The United Workplace (TUW), a global network of workplace consultancies and designers. The United Workplace’s existing partners include Fourfront Group in Europe, Amicus in Australia and New Zealand, Summertown in the Middle East, Ware Malcomb in the USA and Contract Workplaces in South America. Founded in 2001, Space Matrix is a dynamic, agile digital enterprise specialising in workplace design. The company operates from 14 office locations in Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore (HQ) and New York. The firm has completed work across 55 cities, employs over 400 professionals globally and continues to push the boundaries in workplace transformation.
Space Matrix’s prestigious client list includes Coca-Cola, Uber, Microsoft, Hilton, Superdry, Prudential, LinkedIn, IBM, Piramal, Airbnb and Toyota.The firm consistently ranks in Interior Design Magazine’s Top 100 Design Giants and has won multiple International Property Awards.
Aki Stamatis, chairman of Fourfront and TUW says: “We are pleased to welcome Space Matrix to The United Workplace, it is a fantastic addition to the TUW network. Asia is key strategic region and we are delighted to have a partner in that part of the world. Being part of a globally connected network benefits our respective clients in terms of consistency and quality of service as well as access to latest global trends and industry insight. We are looking forward to collaborating on projects with Space Matrix.”
Arsh Chaudhry, CEO of Space Matrix says: “We are delighted to be the Asia Pacific partner of The United Workplace alliance with partners that share similar core values, and have a culture of innovative design, execution excellence and superior client servicing that Space Matrix prides itself on. We are confident that this partnership will lead to wider knowledge sharing, innovation and research to continually enhance the customer experience and push the boundaries of thought leadership in workplace consultancy.”