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Hyphen in World Architecture 100 listings for second consecutive year

Hyphen is one of the big movers in this year’s World Architecture 100 rankings. Compiled by Building Design, the WA100 is a ranking of the largest architectural practices in the world, measured by the number of fee-earning architects employed.

This is the second consecutive year we have been featured in the list and are very pleased to say that we have moved up 14 places, from the 95th to 81st position, achieving our highest ever position in the rankings.

Growing by 40% in 2022, we had a very successful year and look forward to seeing what we can achieve in 2023.

Speaking about this achievement, CEO at Hyphen, Eddie Miles said:

“I am delighted that Hyphen is featured in the World Architecture 100 once again, and to see us moving up in the rankings. This achievement is a testament to the hard work of everyone at Hyphen and we should be justifiably proud of our ranking.

“I have seen first-hand how we have grown from two offices in the UK to an international network of teams in Europe and Latin America. I was in Germany in the 1990s placing our first flag outside of England, setting up our Berlin office. Now we have nine offices and are more than 200 people strong, and I have been proud to see many colleagues develop their careers at Hyphen and really contribute to our continuing success.

“Over the years, we have built a reputation for the quality of our work and our expertise in the sectors of retail, logistics, workspace, hospitality, and data centres.  We’ve also formed strong relationships with clients, partners, and colleagues across our group. I couldn’t be prouder of everyone at Hyphen.”

 

Don’t miss the WA100 Live webinar

Following this announcement, Hyphen director, Matias Menichetti will be speaking at the World Architecture 100 Live webinar on Tuesday 7 February.

Based in Santiago, Chile, Matias has been instrumental to our growth in Latin America, while working closely with our teams in Europe. At WA100 Live, Matias will discuss ‘Developing across borders: Delivering the built environment in a globalised world’.

Register your place here

 

View the WA100 big list here