Tag : employee ownership
Employee ownership is becoming increasingly popular for architects, with 15 of the UK’s top 100 practices adopting the model. Colin Marrs finds out why
The myth of the lone genius is on the waneSubscription
Most architecture is collaborative, so the growing trend for employee-owned practices is to be welcomed, writes Emily Booth
11.01.18: Níall McLaughlinSubscription
The latest AJ focuses on the work of Níall McLaughlin Architects. We meet its founder on the site of the practice’s Auckland Castle visitor centre, and feature buildings studies of three of its recent projects: the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre at Oxford University; the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art; and phase one of its additions for Cambridge University’s Jesus College. PLUS The late architectural critic and ...
AJ100 big-hitter AHMM has taken advantage of tax rules created in 2014 to become an employee ownership trust (EOT)