Former partner with FOA, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, now of AZP Architects shares his experiences of working in South Korea
An international workforce opened up a global portfolio for the young London-based practice
Lebanon’s volatile politics forced the landscape architect to respond to opportunities where it found them
Africa was the setting for some of the firm’s biggest triumphs and trials
Community consultation opened the door for work around the world
A surprise win in Guangzhou proved a springboard for the firm which has since won a range of global projects, writes Elizabeth Hopkirk
Yet to complete a scheme in its native Edinburgh, the practice now finds 75% of its projects in China
The London firm is active in China, Norway, Belgium and the USA. But it doesn’t want to open any overseas offices, says Elizabeth Hopkirk
Building relationships has led the London practice to work worldwide
Enthusiasm is the hallmark of this firm’s extensive overseas portfolio
More than 25 years of taking on the tropics has built this London firm.
Bob Allies on how his practice has almost inadvertently found itself expanding overseas.