B+H is #48 on the World Architecture Top 100 List

B+H, a member of the Surbana Jurong Group, has ranked at #48 on the 2019 World Architecture Top 100 List. Organised by Building Design Magazine, WA100 is the magazine’s annual survey of the world’s 100 largest practices ranked by the number of fee-earning architects they employ. B+H’s 2019 ranking is up by 4 points over its 2018 ranking of #52 – thanks to its outstanding design, hard work and growth this year. View the full list of the Top 100 Firms here.

A member of the Surbana Jurong Group since 2018, B+H is a global, award-winning consulting and design solutions firm that delivers strategic consulting and high value designs across a broad spectrum of sectors and services.

Collaborating across nine studios – with three in Canada (Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver) and six internationally (Dubai, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Seattle, Shanghai and Singapore) – B+H’s multigenerational stable of architects, interior designers, planners, landscape architects, organisational design specialists, experience designers, researchers, analysts and brand strategists is known for its strategic thinking, bold design, advanced technology and creative energy.

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