Global studio Woods Bagot has been ranked 17th in Building Design’s (BD) annual World Architecture 100 list for 2013; the top firm with Australian origins in the global ranking. BD publishes an annual survey of global architecture practices, called the World Architecture 100, using data collected by UK communications agency Camargue. Details and listings are […]
January 8th, 2013
Global studio Woods Bagot has been ranked 17th in Building Design’s (BD) annual World Architecture 100 list for 2013; the top firm with Australian origins in the global ranking.
BD publishes an annual survey of global architecture practices, called the World Architecture 100, using data collected by UK communications agency Camargue. Details and listings are based on information provided by architecture firms in a survey in October 2012.
Woods Bagot was ranked 17th this year. The overall ranking is based on the number of fee-earning architects each firm employs – Woods Bagot employs 565 fee-earning architects worldwide. In the worldwide rankings, Woods Bagot was also listed 8th for Interior Design, 6th for Consulting, 6th in the Office sector and 9th in the Retail sector, while in Australasia, Woods Bagot was listed 3rd.
Additional Australian firms listed in the top 100 included:Hassell ranked 31st, Cox Architecture 39th and HBO+EMTB in 42nd.
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