Kettle Collective, a UK-based international Architect, has launched a new studio in Muscat, Oman.
Kettle Collective was founded six years ago in Edinburgh by Tony Kettle and Colin Bone and already has studios in Edinburgh and Dubai with a headcount of around 40. The company has local partners in Moscow, St Petersburg, Saudi Arabia and Beirut.
Kettle and his team have been working on a number of high profile projects in Oman, including a number of projects within the Al Mouj, Muscat development.
Kettle Collective designed the new beachfront from Al Mouj to Port Qaboos, named String of Pearls, re-activating the beach front with several different zones from kids to sport zones. Further projects include a residential development at Muscat Hills and large masterplan near to Muscat.
Managing director, Colin Bone said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for Kettle Collective to continue to grow roots in Oman and establish ourselves as a leading local studio. We have worked on a number of prestigious projects with Muamir previously, and we look forward to developing our portfolio further in Oman.”
Muamir Al Hasny, country director, Oman said: “I am really looking forward to further developing Kettle Collective’s world class international design in Oman. Our teams are looking forward to coming together and collaborating on many more projects.”
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