Architect bags second Barcelona project in competition
Buckley Gray Yeoman says it is actively targeting work in Europe despite the looming threat of a no-deal Brexit.
The practice has completed its first building on the continent – in Barcelona – and has just won a competition for a second project in the city against a contingent of Spanish architects.
It also has schemes in Madrid, Milan, Berlin and Stockholm, among other cities.
Associate director Oliver Bayliss said the firm’s European work has grown from 5% to 15% of its business in less than 18 months. The practice is now aiming to stretch that to 25% in the next five years, with the possibility of opening a European office to deal with Brexit-related employment complications.
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