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Allies and Morrison
The most obvious fact about Allies and Morrison’s performance during 2015 is that it was the busiest year in the practice’s history.
The fee value of completed projects was £35.3 million, with an additional £11 million in fees for projects won last year. There are 100 live schemes passing through 85 Southwark Street; there is a resurgence in certain design sectors that were previously relatively static; and the practice has won a major commission in New York, on which it cannot yet elaborate.
The range of project types and scales has continued to widen, and in-house research is beginning to produce practical outcomes. ‘On the one hand,’ explains Graham Morrison, ‘we’re doing this huge masterplan for a town of 100,000 in Muscat, Oman, and at the other end of the scale we’re designing furniture and making things – a return to the tiny domestic level where we started.’
The practice’s research during 2015 has produced two notable outcomes: an ‘amazing tome’ on design coding based on mathematical analyses of specific architectural conditions; and a facade system which is being patented. Morrison envisages the practice being seen increasingly in terms of its value to students as part of their postgraduate positioning.
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Percentage of Female Architects 2016
Architecture fees for UK projects 2016 £26.2m
Architecture fees for overseas projects 2016 £9.1m
Architecture fees for overseas projects delivered out of UK offices 2016 £35.3m
Architecture fees for overseas projects delivered out of overseas offices 2016 0
Total fees income 2016 £35.3m
Total income 2016 * £35.3m
UK Architectural Income
Overseas Architectural Income
* Includes architectural fees plus fees earned by engineers, surveyors, planners, etc
Fees per Architect
Fees per UK Architect 2016£226.28k
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