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Pascall & Watson Architects : Architecture
Contemporary English Architect Practice, London, UK
page updated 10 Sep 2017
Pascall & Watson – Key Projects
Dublin T2 Airport, Ireland
Date built: 2011
Design with Arup and Mace
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Dublin T2 Airport
Featured Buildings by Pascall & Watson, alphabetical:
Abu Dhabi Louvre, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Date built: 2016/17
Lead Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, image courtesy of Gaston Bergeret
Abu Dhabi Louvre – opened Nov 2017
This design practice is the ‘architect of record’ for Abu Dhabi Louvre Museum
The high-profile building is part of the Saadiyat Island Cultural District which will be home to the world’s largest concentration of cultural institutions in the world and will also include the Zayed National Museum and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi museum.
Dublin Airport Terminal 2, Ireland
Date built: 2007-10/11
Approximate building construction cost: £410m
Abu Dhabi International Airport – Proposal, UAE
St Pancras Station roof refurbishment, north London, UK
Date built: 2007
photo © Adrian Welch
St Pancras London Renewal –
original building roof by William Henry Barlow in 1868, a massive span at the time and still an impressively-large space.
Heathrow Airport – Terminal 5, west London, England, UK
Date built: 1993-2007/08
Concept Architect: Richard Rogers Partnership
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Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
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Pascall & Watson Architects – Practice Information
Architects studio based on Putney Bridge Road, London SW15, United Kingdom
This international architectural firm was founded in 1956 by Clive Pascall and Peter Watson. The architectural firm became a limited company in 1983.
This international design practice has offices in the UK, Ireland and the Middle East.
They desribe themselves thus, “market leaders in the field of transportation design, in particular airport terminal facilities and rail stations. Our expertise covers a broad cross-section of building typologies including higher education, workplace, commercial, hospitality and leisure.”
BA (Hons) Arch, Dip Arch, RIBA
The Managing Director provides the overall leadership and determines the strategic direction of this architecture practice. With over 30 years’ professional experience, he has led some of the most significant infrastructure projects in recent years, including the £4.3bn Heathrow Terminal 5.
source: architects website
Pascall & Watson : London Architect Office
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St Pancras Station – Retail + Concourses
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