Long & Kentish, Architects, London

Long & Kentish Architects, London, England, UK, Cornish Project, Building

Long & Kentish, Architects

Contemporary English Architect Practice – Highbury Design Studio: Information + Images

Long & Kentish – Key Projects

Featured Building by Long & Kentish:

British Library – Centre for Conservation, north London, England, UK
Date built: 2007
Design: with Colin St John Wilson
British Library Building
photo © Nick Weall

Construction of the Centre for Conservation behind the British Library building was completed in December 2006 on time and to budget. Following a short period of moving in equipment and staff, the Centre became fully operational in March 2007.

Context photograph of the British Library building:
British Library Building London
photograph © Adrian Welch jun 2007

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, Cornwall, southwest England, UK
Date built: 2003
The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is located in a Falmouth harbourside building. It was designed for an architectural design competition managed by RIBA Competitions.

Pallant Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex, England
Date built: 2007
Design: with Colin St John Wilson
Gulbenkian Museum Prize 2007
Pallant House Gallery opened in its present incarnation to national critical acclaim in July 2006. The remarkable £8.6 million build project, which took nearly three years to complete, seamlessly married the original Queen Anne, grade I listed town-house and the new wing, quadrupling Pallant House Gallery’s exhibition space. source: http://pallant.org.uk/about1/about-us

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Long & Kentish – Practice Information

Architect studio based in London, UK

An English architecture practice led by MJ Long and Rolfe Kentish.

Architectural studio founded in 1994.

MJ Long was born in the USA in 1939.
Education: MArch from Yale in 1964.

Rolfe Kentish was born in London in 1954.
Education: MA & DipArch from Cambridge in 1980.

This London architecture practice emanated from Colin St John Wilson & Partners, where MJ Long was a director and Rolfe Kentish was an associate.

Based in Highbury, North London, the design firm has specific expertise in the programming, design and construction supervision of museums, galleries, libraries, university facilities, restaurants, new houses, artists’ studios, conversion work to existing buildings, fittings and components.

Colin St John Wilson

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British Library Building:
British Library Building London
picture © Nick Weall

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