Arup is expanding its global architecture offering, establishing teams in the Toronto, Frankfurt, Sydney and Singapore offices.
This adds to existing practices in London, Hong Kong, Milan, Berlin and Istanbul employing 250 architects. The practice is expected to double in size by 2020.
Arup’s architects are best known for the original concert hall at Snape Maltings, the masterplan for Broadgate in the City of London and Sky Studios in West London.
The firm is leading the redevelopment of 1 Triton Square for British Land, and was part of Arup’s winning teams for the HS2 Birmingham Interchange Station and the Hindu Heritage Museum in Mangarh, India.
From the beginning of May the architectural practice will be known as Arup, rather than Arup Associates. Arup’s architectural practice was founded fifty five years ago because of Ove Arup’s belief in Total Design; architects and engineers working together seamlessly to design structures.