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Dezeen Agenda features Brexit survey and Invisible Studio saying it "wouldn't mind" never working in the UK again

The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features Invisible Studio's announcement that it is moving its operations out of the UK as a response to Brexit. Subscribe to Dezeen Agenda now.

The news that architecture practice Invisible Studio is moving its operations out of the UK was revealed in a recent study conducted by Dezeen that aimed to explore the impact of the UK's departure from the European Union.

The survey concluded that nine in 10 UK architecture studios feel they have been negatively affected by Brexit, while 84 per cent would rejoin the EU if given the option.

Invisible Studio founder Piers Taylor told Dezeen it is "actively investing in a future outside of the UK".

"We're far happier working in continental Europe and the rest of the world, but as we look at the havoc Brexit has unleashed, if we never worked in the UK again we wouldn't mind one bit," the studio said.

Interior of Invisible Studio's yoga studio at The Newt in Somerset
Invisible Studio founder Piers Taylor, pictured here at the studio's Somerset hotel yoga studio, told Dezeen "Brexit unleashed havoc"

This week's newsletter also features a furniture collection created using archival designs by architect Frank Lloyd Wright (top), British architects who've recently carried out their own energy-led retrofits and the launch of a new monthly Dezeen newsletter "Dezeen In Depth".

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