John Miller & Partners, Architecture, Buildings, Photos, Projects, British Design Office
John Miller & Partners
Contemporary English Architect Practice, UK Design Firm Information
John Miller & Partners – News
Architect, teacher, historian and critic Alan Colquhoun has died aged 91
Alan Colquhoun (born 1921) taught at the Architectural Association (AA, London) in 1957-64. He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and AA before working for the London County Council in the 1950s.
He founded Colquhoun & Miller, a partnership with architect John Miller, in 1961.
He wrote key architectural books – The Oxford History of Modern Architecture, Essays in Architectural Criticism and Modernity and the Classical Tradition
John Miller & Partners – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by this British architecture practice, alphabetical:
The Elizabeth Fry Building, University of East Anglia, England
Date built: 1994
Tate Britain Centenary development, Millbank, London SW1
Date built: 2002
£22m approximate building construction cost
Weston Link – Playfair Project, The Mound Edinburgh, Scotland
Date built: 2005
photo © adrian welch
The Playfair Link was named after William Playfair, who designed both the National Gallery of Scotland and the Royal Scottish Academy, and was designed by this English architectural practice, established Gallery architects based in London. The Project is the first Scottish building by this London architecture practice. The £30m building is mostly hidden but the frontage to the gardens, though popular with most of the public, will prove controversial with many architects due to its heaviness and Classical leanings.
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John Miller & Partners London – Practice Information
Architect office based in English capital – London
This architect practice became John Miller + Partners Architects in 1990
Playfair Project Photograph:
photo © adrian welch
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