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Woods Bagot Woods Bagot logo.jpg Practice information Founders Edward John Woods Walter Bagot Founded 1869 Location Adelaide, Brisbane, Christchurch, Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Melbourne, New York, Perth, San Francisco, Singapore, Sydney Significant works and honors Buildings SAHMRI building, Adelaide National Australia Bank, Melbourne Docklands Qatar Science & Technology Park, Doha Awards Architects Journal AJ100 International Practice of the Year Award 2009 AIA Award for International Architecture 2009 Website woodsbagot.com Woods Bagot is a global architectural and consulting practice founded in Adelaide, South Australia. It specialises in the design and planning of buildings across a wide variety of sectors
and disciplines. Former names of the practice include Woods & Bagot, Woods, Bagot & Jory; Woods, Bagot, Jory & Laybourne Smith; Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith & Irwin; and Woods Bagot Architects Pty Ltd. Founded in 1905, some of their most significant early work includes buildings at the University of Adelaide, including Bonython Hall and the Barr Smith Library. 21st-century projects include the Qatar Science & Technology Park, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre and the SAHMRI building in Adelaide. Woods Bagot is now established worldwide, with studios in five regions: Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. In 2015, the firm was named as the world's seventh largest architecture firm by employee count in Building Design magazine. Contents 1 History 2 Current practice 3 Architectural style 4 Accolades 5 Notable projects 5.1 Early work 6 See also
7 References 8 External links History

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