The best of Architects' Directory 2000-2016

The best of Architects' Directory 2000-2016

Our annual Architects’ Directory was conceived in 2000 as the ultimate little black book of new architectural talent, an effort to map out the world’s best young practices, year by year, spanning countries and continents. We’ve featured more than 450 practices from all continents (well, maybe not Antarctica – yet) and photographed more than 100 of them in the most amazing architectural sites across the world, from Tokyo’s Shibuya Station by Tadao Ando to Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Lincoln Center in New York, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ London Heathrow T5, the Neues Gallery in Berlin by David Chipperfield, and London’s Shard by Renzo Piano. Nurturing emerging practices and seeing them grow into global creative brands has been an exciting story in itself. Our ever-growing roster includes now-internationally acclaimed names, such as Allied Works, Brian MacKay-Lyons, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Níall McLaughlin, Sean Godsell and Grafton Architects. Pictured here is just a sample of the biggest studios that have graced the Architects’ Directory over the years...


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