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    Gillespies is a multidisciplinary practice made up of landscape architects, environmental planners and masterplanners. The studio has offices in the UK, Russia and the Middle East. Gillespies employs 150 people and has designed projects across Europe, southeast Asia, North America and the Middle East.

    Pictured above is Crossrail Place roof gardens in Canary Wharf in London, which was landscaped by Gillespies.

    Location: London, Oxford, Leeds, Manchester, Abu Dhabi, Moscow
    Number of employees: 100-200

    Schmidt Hammer Lassen is a Danish architecture practice founded by Morten Schmidt, Bjarne Hammer and John F. Lassen in 1986. The firm has studios in Copenhagen, Aargus and Shanghai and creates on-site offices in order to deal with day-to-day site issues where projects are based. In 2018, Schmidt Hammer Lassen became part of American architecture firm Perkins+Will.

    Pictured above is Katuaq Cultural Centre of Greenland, which was completed in 1997.

    Locations: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Shanghai
    Number of employees: 200-500

    Büro Ole Scheeren is an international architecture studio lead by Ole Scheeren and working in architecture, interior design, research and urbanism. The firm’s projects span Asia, Europe and North America. Before working independently, Ole Scheeren was director and partner alongside Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and is considered to be responsible for OMA’s successful transition into Asia. During his time at OMA, Scheeren designed MahaNakhon, which at 314 metres is Thailand’s tallest tower (pictured above).

    Locations: Hong Kong, Beijing, Bangkok, Berlin
    Number of employees: 100-200

    David Chipperfield founded the eponymous firm David Chipperfield Architects in 1985. The practice has completed projects spanning the cultural, residential, leisure, masterplanning and commercial sectors. Headquartered in London, the firm has offices in Berlin, Milan and Shanghai.

    Pictured above is Museo Jumex in Mexico City, which hosts one of the largest modern art collections in Latin America and was completed in 2o13.

    Locations: London, Berlin, Milan, Shanghai
    Number of employees: 100-200

    Studio Dror is a New York-based design practice founded in 2002 and led by Dror Benshetrit. The firm has completed projects internationally, with projects featured in museums across North America, Europe and the Middle East. With an interest in geometry and physics, Studio Dror’s work combines functionality and atmospheric experiences.

    Pictured above is a geometric sculpture at Brancott Estate’s Marlborough vineyards in New Zealand.

    Locations: New York, New Jersey
    Number of employees: 0-50

    Adjaye Associates is a global architecture practice with offices in London and New York, led by founder and principal architect David Adjaye. The practice focuses on issues of place and identity, motivated by the goal of enhancing and improving daily life.

    Established in 2000, Adjaye Associates has completed projects in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia, and Africa. One of its most prestigious projects is the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC (pictured above).

    Locations: London and New York
    Number of employees: 100-200

    Australian skincare brand Aesop was founded in 1987 by Dennis Paphitis. Headquartered in Melbourne, the brand now has over 100 stores across Australia, North America, Europe and Asia. The company prides itself in commissioning a different architect, designer or artist to create each store, each with its own identity.

    Pictured above is Aesop Tiquetonne in Paris, designed by French studio Ciguë.

    Locations: Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Sweden, Norway
    Number of employees: 500+