Speaker Profile

Bee Simon

Job TitleGlobal Design Director

Company NameBenoy


With over 30 years’ experience as an Architect, Urban Designer and Masterplanner, Simon has had a hands on role in delivering some of the world’s most prestigious schemes across Benoy’s global network including Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. Simon is a significant addition to Benoy’s creative offer globally. In his role as Managing Director – Global Design, Simon reinforces the company’s commitment to design success. He has a true understanding of creating memorable places, dealing with climatic issues and repairing damaged urban fabric to create valuable, commercial successful and diverse global destinations. 

About Benoy
Benoy is an award-winning global studio of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers. Founded in 1947 in the UK, the firm has been building on its philosophy that good design not only defines how people view a place, but more importantly how they experience it. Now celebrating 70 years in the business and 15 years in Asia, the team has built a reputation for delivering design excellence across the globe – our projects span more than 80 countries and are serviced by a network of strategic global studios. Working in some of the world’s most interesting cities, Benoy is behind renowned projects such as Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 4, Parc Central in Guangzhou, Shanghai ICC and iAPM, The Beach, City Walk and Bahrain Marina MENA, Westfield London and the Commercial Masterplan for the ambitious Heathrow Airport expansion. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BenoyGlobal and learn more at www.benoy.com

Conference Sessions

  • Pechakucha

    28 Nov 2017, 17:15 - 18:30, Grand Ballroom

    Architects and developers will have 20 slides and 20 seconds per slide to present a project linked with "Excelling in a fast-changing world". Here is your chanc...

    • Language: English
      1. Event date
        Tuesday 28 November 2017
      2. Event theme
      3. Event type
        • PechaKucha

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