John Pawson Architect: Minimalist Buildings

John Pawson Architect London, England, Minimalist Buildings, Office, Interior, Studio, Photos

John Pawson Architecture

Contemporary Minimalist Architecture Practice in London, England: UK Design Studio

page updated 15 Aug 2017

John Pawson Studio News

John Pawson Exhibition, London, England, UK
Design Museum
22 Sep 2010 – 30 Jan 2011
Design Museum
photo © Luke Hayes
John Pawson Exhibition

John Pawson in conversation with Alain de Botton from Design Museum

The Parabola – Design Museum Contest, Commonwealth Institute, London, England, UK
Date: 2009-
This architecture practice based in London, wins
Commonwealth Institute London
photo : Luke Hayes
Design Museum Contest London

Recent Design by the architectural practice:

House of Stone at Salone del Mobile, Milan 2010, Lombardy, Italy
Date built: 2010
This British architect in collaboration with Salvatori and lighting specialists KKDC exhibited at the celebrated Think Tank Exhibition, Milan.
house of stone
photo received 060510
House of Stone Milan

John Pawson – Key Projects

Featured Buildings, alphabetical:

Hotel Puerta America, Madrid, Spain
Date built: –
Hotel Puerta America interior
photo from Hotel Puerta America Press page
various architects
Hotel Puerta America

House, Setagaya, Tokyo
Date built: 2005

Jigsaw shop, 126 New Bond St, London W1, England, UK
Date built: –
Elegant, minimal facade: Portland stone and bold bronze cross frame

Monastery, Novy Dvur, Czech Republic
Date built: 2004
Design with Atelier Soukup

Own house, Notting Hill, northwest London, England
Date built: 2001

The Sackler Crossing, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, southwest London, England
Date built: 2007
Sackler Crossing
picture : RBG Kew
The Sackler Crossing : RIBA Award 2008
The 120-hectare expanse of landscape by celebrated British designers of the past such as Capability Brown, William Kent and Decimus Burton. In 2003 UNESCO listed the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew as a World Heritage Site.
In 2004 this commission for the latest in a series of architectural interventions at Kew, a bridge across the lake. The commission echoes the precedent established by William Kent for objects placed within the landscape to be stumbled upon as though by accident. It sits comfortably within a comprehensive master plan developed by Wilkinson Eyre.

More design projects by this British Minimalist architect online soon

Hotel Puerta America photo
photo from Hotel Puerta America Press page

Location:York Way, London N1, England, UK