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14 Nov 2017
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Oman Botanic Garden Design, foothills of the Al Hajar Mountains, Seeb, Oman
Design: Arup, Grimshaw and Haley Sharpe Design (hsd)
Oman Botanic Garden Biomes
The buildings, along with the garden site, have been designed to achieve the globally recognised sustainable standard, LEED Platinum. With water such a precious resource, particularly in the region, Arup has developed a strategy for the irrigation and water features. Water is sourced sustainably and not a single drop is wasted.
May 20, 2017
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, Miami, FL, USA
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Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami
Grimshaw is pleased to announce the opening of the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science (Frost Science) in Miami, Florida. This exciting new 250,000 square foot facility brings together an aquarium, planetarium and science museum onto one campus in downtown Miami’s Museum Park.
Washington Union Station Concourse Modernization Project, USA
Design: KGP Design Studio, Grimshaw and Arup
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Washington Union Station Concourse Modernization Project – 2 May 2016
Appointed by Amtrak, this design team is pleased to announce the advancement of the Concourse Modernization project at Washington Union Station. This near-term comprehensive renovation of Washington Union Station’s intercity and commuter rail concourse will add approximately 20,000 square feet (1,900 sq m) of new passenger space.
Nine Elms Over Site Development, London, UK
Nine Elms Over Site Development – 26 Mar 2016
Planning Consent granted for the Nine Elms Over Site Development in a unanimous decision. Four key buildings are contained in the design: three of which will be residential with a minimum of 25% affordable rental housing, built over Nine Elms Underground Station. The fourth building will comprise commercial office and retail spaces.
Tessellating Canopy System at Frankfurt design festival, Germany
Tessellating Canopy System in Frankfurt – 23 Mar 2016
A successful collaboration between architects and tensile designers reached its final stage last week at Frankfurt’s Light + Building festival and trade fair, where MDT-tex launched the final Tensilation Type EV canopy system.
New Arthur Phillip High School and Parramatta Public School Building, Parramatta, NSW, Australia
Design: Grimshaw Architects / BVN
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New High-rise Public School in New South Wales – 11 Feb 2016
The first high-tech, high-rise public school is to be built in Australia’s New South Wales, through an investment of more than AUD 100 million. Global construction consultancy Turner & Townsend is to provide full cost management services and advisory for this project.
699 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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699 Bourke Street Melbourne – 15 Dec 2015
The architects office worked closely with the developers of the building, Mirvac, and major tenants, AGL, to deliver an A-Grade office space that is designed to take best advantage of the unique over-rail air-rights site.
Grimshaw to design new Istanbul Airport
World’s Largest Airport Terminal Building
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15 Oct 2013 – Following a competitive interview process Grimshaw, in partnership with Nordic Office of Architecture, has been appointed by the Turkish consortium of Cengiz, Mapa, Limak, Kolin and Kalyon to design the terminal complex for Istanbul New Airport.
Located on the Black Sea coast, some 35km outside of Istanbul, the ambitious six-runway development, masterplanned by Arup, will be delivered in four phases. The first phase will open in 2019 and aims to serve 90 million passengers per year. This will increase to 150 million passengers per annum once fully complete. The new airport will include the world’s largest airport terminal, with a gross floor area close to one million square metres.
Highpoint Shopping Centre, Melbourne, Australia – 16 Jul 2013
photo : Phillip Noller
This 30,000sqm extension to the existing shopping centre building is the first retail centric project by the British architects practice since their acclaimed Sainsbury’s building in Camden, London. The architects “challenged existing retail perceptions by breaking down the traditional inward-looking approach. Importantly, the new Highpoint creates a vibrant public realm with strong connections to the surrounding environment, landscape and community”.
Reading Station Redevelopment, Berkshire, England
photo : Rick Roxburgh
Reading Station Redevelopment – 16 Apr 2013
The second phase of the Grimshaw designed Reading station redevelopment opened to passengers last week. Five new platform faces and a new transfer bridge were unveiled on Tuesday 2nd April, making interchange at the station simpler, quicker and easier.
Aspire Tower, Parramatta, western Sydney, Australia
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Aspire Tower Building Sydney – 9 Apr 2013
A Development Application has been submitted on behalf of Parramatta City Council for a landmark mixed-use tower. The Aspire Tower emerged from a design excellence competition held by the Council and is set to establish a new benchmark for innovative, passive-environmental design in Australian high-rise developments. Designed to act as a catalyst project for Parramatta Square, the tower provides high density, urban residential living which is not only affordable but also sustainable.
The Queens Museum of Art Building Expansion, NY, USA
Design: Grimshaw Architects
image : Courtesy of Grimshaw and the Queens Museum of Art
Queens Museum of Art Building Expansion – 28 Mar 2013
On April 11 2013 the Queens Museum will be hosting a first look at their $68 m architectural expansion, which will double the size of the museum. The expansion project, designed by Grimshaw, will further enhance the museum’s ability to present high-quality art to the uniquely diverse communities of Queens through a broad variety of exhibitions and programs that reflect the richness and breadth of the cultural environment.
Stoke-on-Trent Bus Station, Midlands, England
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Stoke Bus Station Building – 26 Mar 2013
The Grimshaw designed Stoke on Trent City Centre Bus Station will officially open to the public on Tuesday 26th March. The architects won an international design competition for this building back in 2010. The project forms a significant step in the city’s redevelopment plan. Situated on a prominent site on the boundary of the city centre alongside the ring road, the scheme offers spectacular distant views, whilst the character and landscape of its location has been a strong source of inspiration for the design.
London : Hub City – Vision, UK
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Grimshaw Vision – 25 Jan 2013
Architects Grimshaw have today unveiled an ambitious and attainable proposal to address the aviation capacity issues facing the South East of the UK. ‘London: Hub City’ focuses on London’s position as one of the world’s most vibrant commercial and cultural centres. It argues that the capital should be made accessible to travellers, including those using London as a ‘hub’ to reach other parts of the world, to an unprecedented degree.
Euro Pulkovo Airport, St Petersburg, Russia
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Russian airport building – 13 + 12 Dec 2012
Construction progress – film + information
Frankfurt Airport Terminal 1 Forecourt Building, Germany
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Frankfurt Airport Forecourt – 14 Dec 2012
Grimshaw is delighted to announce that it has completed a detailed masterplanning study for Fraport which provides a new vision for the existing forecourt area at Frankfurt Airport’s Terminal 1. Grimshaw’s defining concept for the masterplan is to bring light, greenery and fresh air into the heart of the airport. The current forecourt at Frankfurt Terminal 1 is a kilometre long strip of private and public transport modes, that has no sense of order and no respite from the noise and fumes of associated vehicles.
West Kowloon Cultural District Art-themed Park, SAR, China
One of 7 Shortlisted Design Teams news
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West Kowloon Cultural District Art-themed Park – 8 Nov 2012
The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (“WKCDA”) announced today a shortlist of seven design teams that have been invited to submit technical proposals for the development of Hong Kong’s first art-themed park, 14 hectares of landscaped public space for arts and culture at the West Kowloon Cultural District, by the waterfront in Kowloon.
Via Verde, South Bronx, New York, USA
photograph : David Sundberg_Esto
Via Verde South Bronx – 29 Oct 2012
This South Bronx building is a “revolutionary mixed-use, mixed income residential development” according to the architects. The project showcases high-quality innovative green design while also providing affordable housing for low and moderate income households.
Sizewell Nuclear Power Station Building, England
7 Sep 2012 – Grimshaw has won the contract to design a new £10 billion nuclear power station at Sizewell, in Suffolk, south east England.
Gruen / Grimshaw for Union Station Master Plan, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Design: Gruen Associates with Grimshaw
Union Station Master Plan
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors approved LA-based Gruen Associates, in association with Grimshaw Architects, as the consultant team for the creation of a masterplan for the historic Union Station and its surrounding 40 acres. Metro CEO Art Leahy was authorized by the board to execute a firm fixed price contract not to exceed $4,150,000.
Grimshaw selected to revamp Duke University’s West Campus Union
13 Jun 2012 – Grimshaw is pleased to announce their appointment to transform Duke University’s West Campus Union in Durham, North Carolina.
Built in 1931, the West Campus Union was once the social center of the west campus at this prestigious academic institution. Duke University hopes to modernize the prominent historic building and re-establish it as the epicenter of west campus student life by reorganizing existing layouts and adding features that promote a healthy and dynamic campus culture.
Inspired by the close-knit Duke community, the scheme will provide spaces where faculty, students, staff, and alumni can meet one another, for either planned or impromptu interactions. The design aims for careful attention to sustainability and intelligent use of resources that will reinforce Duke’s holistic approach to student lifestyles and well-being. This architecture practice will embark on a sensitive integration of new contemporary architecture in harmony with careful preservation of the historic structure.
The project will expand dining facilities into a multi-venue space with additional capacity for learning facilities and events. Innovative energy and engineering solutions will work in concert with programming development to deliver a solution that sustains the natural, social and built environment.
Grimshaw will work with Duke faculty, staff and students to foster spontaneous interaction and clarify circulation while celebrating the union’s original architectural character. The project is poised to establish the West Campus Union as an exciting campus hub for student and community engagement. Construction on the project is expected to begin in the summer of 2013.
Grimshaw wins masterplan central Tirana, Albania
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Albanian Masterplan Competition – 23 May 2012
This architectural practice is the successful finalist selected to masterplan the central Boulevard of Albania’s capital city, Tirana. The other finalist was DAR.
Monchengladbach Competition, Germany
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Monchengladbach Masterplan Competition – 12 Mar 2012
This architecture office has won a competition to develop a masterplan for the centre of the German city of Monchengladbach. The architecture practice, in association with local project partners Konrath & Wennemar and FSWLA were selected though an international competitive process to develop a masterplan strategy for the city centre area of Mönchengladbach, Germany.
Recent News by Grimshaw
Miami Museum of Science Building, Florida, USA
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Miami Science Museum – 2 Mar 2012
After years of planning and widespread community support, the new Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science today broke ground in Downtown Miami’s Museum Park on the 24th of February. The groundbreaking ceremony took place at the museum’s new site overlooking Biscayne Bay, marking the continuation of Miami’s rise as one of the world’s most culturally rich cities. The groundbreaking event marks the beginning of construction, with the new museum scheduled to open to the public by early 2015.
Wimbledon Masterplan, London, UK
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Wimbledon Masterplan – 24 Jan 2012
After a competitive selection process Grimshaw is delighted to announce that it has been selected by The All England Lawn Tennis Club to design their “Wimbledon 2020” masterplan for future development requirements. The new masterplan continues the previous ‘Long Term Plan’, which was commissioned in 1993 and completed in June 2011.
Grimshaw Architects win Dulwich College Project, London, England
Shortlisted architects included Amanda Levete Architects, Hopkins Architects, and Walters and Cohen.
Dulwich College Science Building sketch : Grimshaw
Dulwich College Building – 8 Dec 2011
Dr Joe Spence, the Master of Dulwich College, and his Chairman of Governors, Lord Turnbull, are delighted to have secured the appointment of Grimshaw Architects to work with the College on plans for its science building, including creative reuse of the existing 1950s facilities – Phase 1 of the Master Plan devised by John McAslan + Partners through the early months of 2011.
Energy-from-Waste Building, Suffolk, England
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Energy-from-Waste Building – 2 Aug 2011
Bangor University Pontio, Wales
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Bangor University Pontio – 20 Jan 2011
Nunawading Station, Melbourne, Australia
photo : Shannon McGrath
St Botolphs Development, London, UK
photo © Nick Weall
St Botolphs Building
Performing Arts Centre – EMPAC, Troy, New York State, USA
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Featured Buildings by Grimshaw
Projects by Grimshaw Architects listed alphabetically, with images:
Asser Levy Park Amphitheater Project, New York, USA
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Coney Island Ampitheater
Bijlmer Station expansion, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
photo © Ger Van Der Vlugt
Grimshaw : Bijlmer Station building
Croton Water Filtration Plant, Bronx, New York, USA
picture © Grimshaw
Croton Plant Bronx
Eden Project, Cornwall, south-west England
Eden Project photo © Grimshaw
Fundación Caixa Galicia, La Coruña, Spain
Fundación Caixa Galicia: photo Edmund Sumner
Fundación Caixa Galicia
Museo del Acero – Museum of Steel, Monterrey, Mexico
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Museo del Acero
Newport Station, Newport, Wales, UK
Architect: Grimshaw with Atkins
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Southern Cross Station Expansion, Melbourne, Australia
Grimshaw with Daryl Jackson Architects
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Grimshaw Architects : Australian building
winner of Lubetkin Prize + RIBA International Award
Thermae : Bath Spa development, Avon, England
photograph : Edmund Sumner
Western Avenue (A40) Footbridge, Acton, London
photograph : Mark Humphreys
Western Avenue Footbridge
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