Following two years of considerable expansion and double digit growth, London-based design studio Pringle Brandon has announced that it is in talks with Perkins+Will to potentially join the international practice. Pringle Brandon recently launched Pringle Brandon Drew, offering base build architectural services and strategic advice to its wide and varied client base.
Speaking on the news, Phil Harrison, president and chief executive officer of Perkins+Will, commented: “Pringle Brandon’s stature in corporate interiors, workplace strategy and more recently architecture, is a compelling complement to Perkins+Will and would enhance our ability to provide local resources to clients throughout Europe. Not least, Pringle Brandon has been a vanguard for transforming sustainable architectural practices in the UK. This kind of enterprising leadership exemplifies our shared commitment to sustainable design, research and innovation and is the kind of talent that we’ve had great success integrating and supporting as we grow strategically.”
Pringle Brandon and Pringle Brandon Drew would both operate under the banner of Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will should the partnership take place, with partners at the London firm, Jack Pringle, Chris Brandon, William Poole-Wilson, Fiona Ballance and Linzi Cassels leading the combined business.