The UK's largest architecture practices were recognised and rewarded at the annual AJ100 Members' Dinner and Awards ceremony on 22 May at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.
See the definitive 2014 AJ100 ranking and take a look at all this year's award winners.
The prestigious Contribution to the Profession Award went to Julia Peyton-Jones Co-director of the Serpentine Gallery for her outstanding services to Architectural industry (voted for by individuals from the AJ100 companies).
Rory Olcayto, acting editor, Architects' Journal added:
"This year's survey is so much more than a league table of the biggest players: For example:
- The AJ100 now employs 5,036 fully qualified architects (15% of the UK registered practitioners (ARB) - that's 211 more than last year.
- In total the AJ100 employs 13,300 architectural staff (which includes part ones, part twos and technicians)
- The AJ100 UK offices total fee income for projects being undertaken in the UK and overseas totals £930m this year. That's £20m higher than the total reported by the AJ100 members in 2013.
- And 28% of the AJ100's qualified architects are women, so it looks like the AJ100 is proving that employing more women is very good for business."
For the full analysis of the AJ100 survey and all award winners please visit the Architects' Journal website here.
The prestigious Contribution to the Profession Award went to Julia Peyton-Jones co-director of the Serpentine Gallery for her outstanding services to architecture (voted for by individuals from the AJ100 companies).
View photos from the night here.
Congratulations once again to all this year's AJ100 and the award winners. We would like to thank you for all your time and effort in helping to compile the data for this year's survey. This is key data that benefits the whole industry, acting as a barometer of business success.
If you attended the awards please take a minute to tell us what you thought in our short survey.