Aedas AHR has continued its drive to become bigger and better by sealing a merger deal with Midlands-based practice TCN Architects. But it is not stopping there - revealing this week an ambitious programme to also double its 50-strong London office and create a high-design 'bureau' to help change its image.
Aedas AHR, which only formed a major strategic alliance with Australian giants LPT and Asia's Peddle Thorp in March, will now add TCN's 40 staff to its 800 global figure.
TCN was itself born from the merger in 1988 of Temple Cox Duncan, founded in 1970, and William Nicholls, which was set up in the early 1960s. And Aedas AHR has also resulted from past