Buckley Gray Yeoman plots expansion into Europe

Tanger 66 warehouse conversion in Barcelona by Buckley Gray Yeoman

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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