At his suggestion - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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at (one's) suggestion
Because one has proposed or suggested something. I went to that restaurant at Cathy's suggestion, but I wasn't impressed with it.
at/on somebody’s sugˈgestion because somebody suggested it: At his suggestion, I bought the more expensive printer.
References in classic literature
At his suggestion
it was that, on this occasion, the chandelier was removed.