The relationship between architecture and fit-out architecture is always fascinating. For example, research consultant cityoffices. net has produced statistics showing that Gensler, the world's biggest architect, has achieved significant leadership in the fit-out market in central London, achieving 17 per cent market share over the past three years. Interestingly, it emerges that 19 per cent of the work undertaken was on buildings designed by the practice itself. There must be hope ...
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