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Buildings by Terry Farrell Architect, no images, alphabetical:

Arderier, Inverness, Scotland
Masterplan for 1,000 homes, shops, marina, hotel, school and leisure facilities at a disused oil fabrication yard

The British Consulate and British Council, Hong Kong
1992-96

The Deep, Hull

The Deep Hull
image © Adrian Welch

Eagle House, Shoreditch, east London
27-storey tower

Edinburgh Underground Cinema Proposal, Scotland, UK
2008-

Founder’s Place housing – proposal, south London
2007-

Great North Museum building, Newcastle, England
2009
Great North Museum

Greenwich Masterplan London – 3 elements:
Peninsula Quays, Peninsula Riverside, Parkside
2004-07

The Green Building, 19 New Wakefield St, Macintosh Village, Manchester, UK
for Taylor Woodrow developments. Feb 2006

Harewood Quarter – retail development, Leeds, England

Home Office headquarters, London, UK

Kowloon Station, Hong Kong
1992-98

Kowloon Ventilation Building, Hong Kong
1993-96

Kingkey Finance Tower, Luohu, Shenzhen, China
2007-10

Lots Road – Former Power Station site, London
The Lots Road Power Station development is to contain 821 homes & shops. Two residential towers have been designed by Terry Farrell & Partners either side of the redeveloped Lots Road Power Station, which was built in 1904. In early 2006 Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott over-ruled a previous planning refusal allowing the development to proceed. Feb 2006

Pearl Iceland Masterplan, Hong Kong
2000-

Tobacco Dock, Pennington St, London E1
1987/90
Terry Farrell & Company
£30m Conversion of Tobacco warehouse – Grade I listed

TV-AM Building, Hawley Crescent, northwest London
1983
Terry Farrell & Company
TV-AM Building
image © Adrian Welch

The Exchange, Edinburgh, Scotland – masterplan

Three private houses, Petersham, southwest London
2003

Vauxhall Cross – MI6 Headquarters, Albert Embankment, southwest London
1990-93
Terry Farrell & Company
£125m

Terry Farrell Book

Terry Farrell Books
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EICC – Terry Farrell Building: image © Adrian Welch

Terry Farrell office in Scotland: Contact details

Sir Terry began his new role as Edinburgh’s ‘design champion’ on 03.02.04 by calling for a rethink of the city’s streetscape

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Terry Farrell: Dundee
Dundee University has engaged Terry Farrell for the redevelopment of its campus to the next stage. The architect, who designed Edinburgh International Conference Centre, is taking a personal role in the university project. Key buildings on the campus like the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and the Queen Mother Building are almost finished, and work is about to start on residences and a new faculty and teaching building.

Terry Farrell Architects has been retained to ensure that the redeveloped campus matches the needs and aspirations of the community. Consultation will form a big part of that process and the architect will give an open presentation on the plans to staff, students and the wider community later this month. Sir Terry has visited Dundee a number of times and is working closely with Dundee City Council and Scottish Enterprise Tayside.

Sculptor and artist David Mach is developing ideas for a public work of art based on the life sciences that could be incorporated into the campus plan. Sir Terry Farrell’s open presentation took place in the Cooper Gallery at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art.
Apr 2005

Tallest buildings in Scotland
Office Tower and Flats Tower, Leith, by Terry Farrell & Partners
Edinburgh’s Leith docks are set to become a mini-Manhattan, complete with Scotland’s two tallest buildings and a Guggenheim museum. Forth Ports has revealed plans to build two 35-storey towers as part of the regeneration of Leith port’s Edinburgh Harbour. The company is also in discussions with the Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation about building a museum at the port. The two towers would stretch 420 feet into the air, making them three feet taller than the Millennium Tower at Glasgow Science Centre – currently Scotland’s tallest structure. They would dwarf Scotland’s previous tallest buildings, the 31-storey flats in Bluevale Street and Whitevale Street in Glasgow’s Gallowgate, which are both 298 feet tall.

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