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Sustainable Urban Regeneration & Eco Architecture
SURE Architecture is a leading global architecture and design practice providing architecture, interior, landscape and urban design & masterplanning services within Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Europe and America. Our offices in London, Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai allow us to apply international expertise with local knowledge and delivery thus supporting the communities in which we work. The company is built on the belief that good design can only be delivered by people with a deep social and cultural understanding of the communities they are designing for.
The award-winning company concentrates on Sustainable Urban Regeneration & Eco Architecture, and that is also why the name of SURE Architecture comes from. We are committed to our core value of design excellence and are dedicated to research & development and sustainability. Sure Architecture is a design-led architecture practice fusing international design quality with local service delivery. We draw on our global expertise to provide context-specific and cost-effective design to clients. Globalization and localization will be also in balance in our team and projects.
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