This is an NYT article about the decision of Rem Koolhaas's partner, Joshua Prince-Ramus, to leave the firm, OMA, to start his own practice--taking the entire 35-person NY office with him.
However sticky or smooth the situation actually is, it's one that a number of firms face, as younger professionals raised in the era of "starchitects" decide it's time to work under their own names. Can such partings be entirely amicable? Can a protege ever really leave with his mentor's blessing? How do a senior and junior architect manage the division of clients?
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