WilkinsonEyre, twice winner of both the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize and the RIBA Lubetkin Prize, is one of the world's leading architecture practices with offices in London and Hong Kong.
Its portfolio of bold, beautiful, intelligent architecture includes the Guangzhou International Finance Center, one of the tallest buildings in the world; the giant cooled conservatories for Gardens by the Bay in Singapore; the acclaimed temporary structure of the London 2012 Basketball Arena; and the Olympic Training Centre, Cariocas Arenas, for Rio 2016.
Current projects include the extensive restoration of the iconic Battersea Power Station in London, a landmark tower One Barangaroo in Sydney and the redevelopment of the Compton and Edrich Stands at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
Sustainable deep retrofit of 1990s office building, retaining core structure and walls, upper stories rebuilt and extra story added. An exemplar of low carbon refurbishment & prolonging building lifeView project
A world class teaching and learning facility at Wembley Park, designed to promote lively, vibrant and flexible social learning spaces. It will be a minimum of BREEAM Excellent.View project
A bold expression of engineering, New Street Square Bridges play a key part of the ongoing improvement of Deloitte’s central London “campus” by facilitating greater collaboration between buildings.View project
WilkinsonEyre transformed the first floor of the Science Museum in London to create the largest gallery space dedicated to the display of medical artefacts in the world.View project
This 50-storey tower will be a new development in the heart of the City that will create 770,000 sq ft gross area including workspace, street-level retail, and a public viewing gallery.View project
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