Stanton Williams is an award-winning practice, with a reputation for creating exceptional architecture.
The studio was founded by Alan Stanton and Paul Williams in 1985 following extensive individual careers in teaching and practice in the UK, Europe and the US. They have been working with fellow directors Gavin Henderson and Patrick Richard for over 18 years.
The studio now has an established team of 80 architects. Stanton Williams has successfully completed over 350 architectural, urban design, master-planning, exhibition and interior design projects, winning more than 100 international and regional awards, including the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize for the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge. The scope of their work to date includes culture, education, research, commerce, sports and leisure, residential, public realm, transport and retail projects for both public and private clients.
The practice’s shared passion for art and architecture continues to guide their design ethos, based on a deep understanding of how people experience and use spaces, creating places that respond to their cultural, social and physical context.
A 42 storey residential development (centre) consisting of a range of high quality studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments totalling 345 units.View project
The new Museum of London at West Smithfield reimagines a group of historic market buildings into a world class cultural destination.View project
The state of the art research and academic building brings together cross-disciplinary expertise; the centre for the UCL East academic vision, uniting Experiments, Arts, Society, and Technology (EAST)View project
Interiors for The Office Group’s flexible work space on the Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, inspired by the rich heritage of the building.View project
The Simon Sainsbury Centre provides space for the expanding Executive Education programme, together with additional teaching, office, breakout and dining spaces for the Cambridge Judge School.View project
Stanton Williams’ new development in North West Cambridge creates 264 much-needed affordable homes for University of Cambridge key workers together with communal amenities in a convivial setting.View project
Designed for Great Ormond Street Hospital and UCL, the 13,000 sqm Zayed Centre for Research is the world’s first purpose built paediatric centre for research and treatment of rare disease.View project
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