CBRE acquires Wolf Studio, Singapore-based commercial design firm
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Singapore – CBRE announced it has acquired commercial design firm Wolf Studio. Wolf Studio serves clients throughout the Singapore area/Southeast Asia region and offers a full range of real estate design and related services, including design consultancy, design-build, feasibility studies and visual content planning.

The Directors of Wolf Studio, Chrisandra Heng, Brandon Liu, Micah Valenzuela and Mervin Geronimo, will take on senior leadership roles within the CBRE Singapore Design team, led by Sebastian Mann, who leads the CBRE design business for the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. “The acquisition of this talented team marks an exciting milestone for the development of our regional design business, and the creation of our APAC hub of design,” said Mr. Mann.         

“The experience and creative horsepower of the Wolf team, combined with our broad and deep real estate services platform, will enable us to further assist our clients in their strategic decision making,” added Mr. Mann.

Brandon Liu, Director, Wolf Studio, said: “We are excited to join CBRE and offer our design strength to deliver comprehensive, fully integrated commercial real estate solutions. Wolf Studio has quickly grown to become a leading design firm in Singapore and CBRE’s platform will accelerate our reach and growth across the region in supporting our clients with our design solutions. We look forward to working across the CBRE platform to do great things together.”

Wolf Studio’s work can be seen throughout Singapore and the Southeast Asia region, and the team is responsible for some of the most iconic commercial design projects in Singapore. Its broad design portfolio and range of global clientele showcase the strength of their team’s commitment to great design and being at the forefront of shaping the workplace design industry.  

CBRE Design is part of the APAC Advisory Project Management business line, and the Wolf team will collaborate closely with our Workplace Strategy and Office Services teams.