UK-based architecture firm Kettle Collective has announced the opening of its new international office in Oman.
The site in Muscat is being run in partnership with Muamir Design and Engineering Consultancy and will allow the British company to expand its reach in the region.
Founded in Edinburgh in 2012, Kettle Collective has offices in Scotland and Dubai, and has already undertaken a number of projects in the Sultanate of Oman.
According to a report by The Scotsman newspaper, Kettle Collective has worked on the String of Pearls beachfront from Al Mouj to Port Qaboos and is also involved in a new residential development in the capital.
Colin Bone, managing director of Kettle Collective, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for Kettle Collective, to grow roots in Oman through our partner company Muamir Design and Engineering Consultancy.
“We have worked on a number of prestigious projects with Muamir in Oman previously, and we can't wait to develop our portfolio in this country further."
Muamir Al Hasny, country director, Oman, added: “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.”