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Allies and Morrison

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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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UK Architects 2016 156 hide graph
101 2008
98 2009
100 2010
115 2011
126 2012
73 2013
91 2014
131 2015
156 2016
Overseas Architects 2016 0 show graph
0 2008
0 2009
1 2010
1 2011
1 2012
0 2013
0 2014
0 2015
0 2016
Percentage of Female Architects 2016 44% show graph
Percentage of BAME Architects 2016 6% show graph


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


2016 awards 7 show graph


2016 ranking 6 show graph

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