The Death of the Architecture Firm

The first of a two-part exploration of how today’s architecture practices must transform to survive from DesignIntelligence.

Today’s architecture practices face existential change. Not only is the industry neck-deep in a massive consolidation, spurred largely by mergers and acquisitions,1  but all the traditional challenges continue to stack up against long-term survival—from the creeping commodification of design services to the onslaught of automation and the unending search for talent and quality clients. Throw in a low-level expectation of an economic recession in 2019, and the next few years are shaping up to be a perfect storm of adversity.

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Morrissey Goodale
Morrissey Goodale is a management consulting and research firm specializing in the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries; offering executive search, mergers & acquisitions, financial advisory, leadership training, and strategic planning services.

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