Interior Design magazine has published its first instalment of the two-part annual business survey of Interior Design Giants, comprising the 100 largest firms ranked by fees for the 12-month period ending 31st December 2020. The second instalment of the ranking – The 100 Rising Giants – will be published in July.
The rankings include global firms engaged in all types of interiors work, including commercial and residential. According to the survey, office projects accounted for 33% of fees, down from 40% on the previous year, hospitality accounted for 10% – down from 15%. Other business segments were largely even for the year. Healthcare accounted for 14% of all fees with residential and government bringing in 8% percent and 7% respectively.
The Sectors section of our Directory includes the Marketing to Interior Designers feature, which looks at targeting the sector,
key media channels and events, and has access to our downloadable database of 800+ UK practices
The full index ranking all 100 Giants can be found on the Interior Design website, along with a comprehensive analysis of the findings by sector and year-on-year comparisons. The top 20 Giants are ranked as follows:
5. Nelson Worldwide
7. Gold Mantis
8. IA Interior Architects
9. Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA)
11a. Perkins Eastman
16. DLR Group
18. ZGF Architects
19. M Moser Associates
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