Chapman Taylor opens Beijing studio as profit slips

Chapman Taylor - Jahan Mall

Architect targets China as UK revenue falls

Chapman Taylor saw profit slip in 2018 but said it is targeting more work in China after opening a new office in the country last year.

The firm, which is working on the stalled scheme to revamp the 1970s Brent Cross shopping centre in north London, opened a studio in the capital Beijing last September.

In a note accompanying its accounts for the year to June 2018, the firm said: “Key growth markets have been China and south-east Asia where we expect to see strong growth in the coming financial year.”

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