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Who We Are

We are a young and dynamic group of design professionals, passionately committed to producing an unparalelled standard of service. We are thinkers and problem solvers. We are Plaza + Partners.

At P+P, we aim for architecture that integrates the best possible design solution tailored for each client. We deconstruct the brief and let a design emerge from the close examination of the pieces, believing that the power of architecture extends much further than the dimensions of individual buildings.


Rebecca Plaza

Rebecca Plaza is the founder of Plaza + Partners, an interdisciplinary team of architects, interior designers and urban planners, working together to develop sustainable design solutions that are sensitive to the end users' needs and aspirations, supported by rigorous research and attention to detail. Since its establishment in 2015, the practice has worked on numerous public markets, community and commercial centers, hotels and civic buildings.
Alongside this, Rebecca Plaza is the Festival Director of the annual Anthology Architecture and Design Festival, a three day event that brings together over 5000 local and international practitioners in the built environment, including principals and directors from Arup, Bjarke Ingels Group, Foster + Partners, MVRDV and Shigeru Ban. Prior to this, Rebecca worked at two of Britains top architectural firms: Jestico + Whiles and John McAslan and Partners. Rebecca graduated from the University of Bath where she was awarded the Sir Basil Spence Design Prize by HRH Prince Edward for exceptional multi-disciplinary design.
Rebecca earned her Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Architecture and Urban Studies at the University of Cambridge, and has completed design and research studies at The Architectural Association and The University of Hong Kong on the architectural and urban development of historical London, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong. She was awarded the Gold Medal in the 2016 Asia's Young Designer Awards and named one of Lifestyle Asia's 30 Gamechangers of 2017 and featured as People Asia's People of the Year 2017.


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