Qatar Science and Technology Park Building by Woods Bagot architects

Woods Bagot Architects: Practice Information

Woods Bagot architects news

Global architecture and consulting firm Woods Bagot has ranked in the top 10 global practices for the third consecutive year, according to Building Design magazine’s 2017 World Architecture Top 100 list.

Heathrow Airport Expansion

Heathrow Airport Third Runway Proposal

Benoy confirms Heathrow Airport Appointment. Supporting Lead Architect, Grimshaw Architects, Benoy’s commercial masterplanning scope will be site-wide and consider enhancement opportunities across each of the terminal areas.

Barangaroo Reserve in Sydney

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global engineering and professional services consulting firm, will assume the WSP name effective May 2017. The firm has operated as WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff since the acquisition of Parsons Brinckerhoff by WSP in October 2014.

National Museum of African American History & Culture

David Adjaye Architect: Adjaye Associates

Sir David Adjaye KCVO OBE is one of the world’s most influential architects. He studied architecture at LSBU before training with David Chipperfield and Eduardo Souto De Moura. He started his own architecture practice at the age of just 28.

Border City Mexico USA

FR-EE/Fernando Romero Enterprise

FR-EE/Fernando Romero Enterprise news – semifinalist for Hyperloop One Global Challenge. This 60-person architecture firm located in Mexico City and New York translate “contemporary moments and culture through research, design, technology and construction”.

Malmo Live Building

Malmo Live Building, Sweden

Design: Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

Mies van der Rohe 2017 Award Nominee; previously World’s best Mixed-use project at World Architecture Festival 2016, and Swedish Building of the Year Award: 54,000 sqm hotel, congress and concert complex.

The Creek House in Kenmore Hills

The Creek House in Kenmore Hills

Design: Shaun Lockyer Architects

Property inspired by the local vernacular of brick and tin houses on a large leafy block in the Kenmore Hills. The building design involved a significant re-invigoration and extension to what was a very simple but promising house.