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22 Oct 2019
Sentosa-Brani Master Plan in Singapore, Sentosa and Pulau Brani, South East Asia
Design: WilkinsonEyre with Grant Associates
image Courtesy architecture office
Sentosa-Brani Master Plan Singapore
A major conceptual masterplan to reinvent the Singaporean islands of Sentosa and Pulau Brani as a global leisure and recreation destination, set within a biodiverse tropical landscape, has been unveiled.
5 Feb 2018
New HS2 Station Buildings, England, UK
London-based architects Grimshaw and WilkinsonEyre each win two major station design contracts for the proposed High Speed 2 railway project. WilkinsonEyre will work with Arup and Arup Associates on the Birmingham Interchange and with WSP on Old Oak Common in North London.
New HS2 Station Buildings
16 Sep 2019
Lord’s Cricket Ground Construction, north west London, England, UK
image Courtesy architecture office
Lord’s Cricket Ground
The stands, which have been designed by double Stirling Prize winners WilkinsonEyre, will be constructed by ISG. The global construction services company was responsible for building the London Velodrome ahead of the 2012 Olympic Games, and the new grandstand at Ascot Racecourse.
24 July 2019
Aldin Biodomes, Reykjavik, Iceland
image Courtesy architecture office
Aldin Biodomes Reykjavik
Planning permission has been granted for a major biodome complex in the Reykjavik region designed by WilkinsonEyre, working alongside a talented local design team.
WilkinsonEyre Architects News Archive
4 Apr 2017
6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Tower, City of London, England, UK
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6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Tower by WilkinsonEyre
The WilkinsonEyre designed tower on the site of 6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall was submitted for planning to the City of London Corporation this week.
The proposed 40-storey tower in the heart of the city will provide an office-led, mixed-use tower with flexible retail space at ground and mezzanine floor levels and a public viewing gallery at level 40.
25 Oct 2016
8 Finsbury Circus, City of London, England, UK
photo : Dirk Lindner
8 Finsbury Circus London
WilkinsonEyre has completed work on 8 Finsbury Circus, a £68 million commercial development in the City of London for Mitsubishi Estate London Limited and Stanhope.
The scheme works to the client’s overall requirements for an ‘exemplary’ new office building in this historic City setting. The site, which is adjacent to the listed Britannic House by Edwin Lutyens, has access from both Finsbury Circus and South Place.
The main challenge was convincing the City Planners to allow the demolition of the existing building. WilkinsonEyre’s proposals maximise the full development potential of the extremely constrained site, whilst respecting the surrounding listed buildings.
An art installation by Carpenter Lowings, commissioned for the project, runs the full height of a lightwell which, brings daylight down through the building and provides a visible connection between floors.
7 Jul 2016
Crown Hotel Resort, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Crown Hotel Resort in Sydney
The NSW Planning Assessment Commission has approved, subject to conditions, the applications for the modification of the approved concept plan for Barangaroo, and for the construction of the Crown Sydney Hotel Resort at Bangaroo South.
A RIBA National Award Winner 2016 – 23 Jun 2016
22 Jun 2016
Thinking through drawing: Chris Wilkinson, Architecture Exhibition at the BSR – The British School at Rome, Italy
4 – 26 July 2016
This summer, the British School at Rome will host an exhibition by the architect Chris Wilkinson RA bringing together thirty years of his architectural drawings and sketch books.
The exhibition Thinking Through Drawing: Chris Wilkinson – follows on from his UK exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, and will delve into the architect’s creative process revealing the central role that drawing plays within the development of a design.
WilkinsonEyre Architects News 2013
1 Oct 2013 – INGLASS Warsaw 2014 – guest speakers include
– arch. Matthew Potter, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, UK
Splashpoint Leisure Centre, Worthing
Design: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
photo : Julian Abrams
Splashpoint Leisure Centre – 22 May 2013
Wilkinson Eyre Architects’ recently completed Splashpoint Leisure Centre opens this month, creating an important new public facility in a distinctive copper-clad building that overlooks the coast on Worthing seafront in West Sussex.
West Kowloon Cultural District Art-themed Park, SAR, China
One of 7 Shortlisted Design Teams news
photo from West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
West Kowloon Cultural District Art-themed Park – 8 Nov 2012
The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (“WKCDA”) announced today a shortlist of seven design teams that have been invited to submit technical proposals for the development of Hong Kong’s first art-themed park, 14 hectares of landscaped public space for arts and culture at the West Kowloon Cultural District, by the waterfront in Kowloon.
Recent Wilkinson Eyre Designs
World Building of the Year Award
WAF Awards Shortlist 2012 – World Architecture Festival Singapore – 5 Oct 2012
Gardens by the Bay Conservatories, Singapore
Wilkinson Eyre Architects with Grant Associates
photo : Robert Such
Gardens by the Bay Conservatories – 28 Jun 2012
The architects have completed two of the largest climate-controlled conservatory buildings in the world, as the architectural centrepiece of Singapore’s new 54-hectare Bay South Garden, which is the first completed part of the spectacular Gardens by the Bay project and opened to the public on June 29th.
Guangzhou International Finance Centre, Guangzhou, China
photo © Jonathan Leijonhufvud
Guangzhou International Finance Centre – award news 27 Jul + 22 Jun 2012
Emirates Air Line, London, England
28 Jun 2012 – Emirates Air Line opens to the public
First flight for London transport scheme designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects
The newest link in London’s transport network will open to the public today (28th June 2012). The infrastructure was designed by London-based Wilkinson Eyre Architects, and the Emirates Air Line cable car will lift passengers up to 90 metres above the river Thames as they travel the 1.1km route between the Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks.
Twin Sails Bridge, Poole, Dorset, England
Design: Architect: Wilkinson Eyre ; Lighting Design: Speirs + Major
photograph © Dave Morris / Speirs + Major
Twin Sails Bridge Poole – 18 Jun 2012
A project that had been 30 years in the making, Poole’s civic leaders believe their new Twin Sails Bridge is the key to the regeneration of the town. The challenge for lighting designers Speirs + Major was to use light to encourage people to engage with the structure after dark, creating a beautiful civic feature both when the bridge is open and when it is closed.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – architectural installation, London, UK
Design: Chris Wilkinson, Wilkinson Eyre Architects
photo : Luke Hayes
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – 18 Jun 2012
The 244th annual Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts features a site specific architectural installation designed by architect and artist Chris Wilkinson RA, Director at Wilkinson Eyre Architects.
University of Exeter Forum, England, UK
photo : Tim Pestrige
University of Exeter building – 3 May 2012
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has officially opened the University of Exeter Forum; a spectacular new hub for students designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects. The £48 million project provides a new entrance for the University’s Streatham campus and houses new student facilities and teaching accommodation beneath a soaring timber-framed ETFE and copper roof.
SeaCity Museum, Southampton, England, UK
photograph : Luke Hayes
Southampton Sea City Project – 17 Apr 2012
The SeaCity Museum in Southampton opened in April 2012 – commemorating the 100 years since the Titanic set sail from the city.
Great Pulteney Street Building, Soho, London, UK
Wilkinson Eyre Architects
photo : F&C Reit
Great Pulteney Street Office Building – 9 Feb 2012
Wilkinson Eyre Architects has completed a seven storey office building located on Great Pulteney Street, in the centre of the Soho Conservation Area. The new £9.5m building, for client F&C Property Asset Management, replaces an outdated 1960s building and provides more than 3,000 sq m (33,000 sq ft) of flexible, efficient and light-filled office space.
Wilkinson Eyre Architects Building News 2011
London Olympics Basketball Arena, UK
Wilkinson Eyre and KSS
photo from Olympic Delivery Authority
Wilkinson Eyre – latest design : Olympic Basketball Arena
The fourth Olympic Park venue completed, more than a year ahead of the event and is one of the quickest venues to finish construction. The building is one of the largest temporary venues ever used for an Olympic and Paralympic Games and will be dismantled afterwards to be reused elsewhere.
Wilkinson Eyre Architects Building News 2010
Oxford Humantities Centre, Oxford, UK
image : Wilkinson Eyre
Oxford University Building
Galleries of Modern London, England
photo © Edmund Sumner
Museum of London
Siemens Urban Sustainability Centre, London, UK – The Crystal
Pringle Brandon / Wilkinson Eyre / Arup
image from architect
Siemens Urban Sustainability Centre – LEAF Award Sep 2013
Paradise Street Bridge, Liverpool, UK – Civic Trust Awards 2010 – Award winner
photo © Tim Soar
Paradise Street Bridge Liverpool
Wilkinson Eyre Architects – older buildings
Wilkinson Eyre Architects Older Buildings
Echo Arena & Convention Centre, Kings Dock, central Liverpool, UK
photo © webbaviation
Gateshead Millennium Bridge – ‘Winking Bridge’, North East England
image provided by RIAS May 2002
Wilkinson Eyre Bridge – Newcastle
Princesshay shopping centre, Exeter, southwest England
Chapman Taylor; Panter Hudspith; Wilkinson Eyre
picture from architect
Princesshay shopping centre
Victoria Transport Interchange project, southwest London
Wilkinson Eyre with Benson + Forsyth & Patrick Lynch
picture from LP
Victoria Transport Interchange
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Wilkinson Eyre Practice Information
Wilkinson Eyre Architects architecture studio based in London, England, UK
WilkinsonEyre, twice winners of both the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize and the RIBA Lubetkin Prize, is one of the UK’s leading architecture practices. Its portfolio of bold, beautiful, intelligent architecture includes the Guangzhou International Finance Centre, one of the tallest buildings in the world; the giant cooled conservatories for Gardens by the Bay in Singapore; the new Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth; and the Weston Library in Oxford.
Current projects include the restoration of Battersea Power Station in London and new towers in Sydney, Melbourne and Toronto.
Chris Wilkinson of Wilkinson Eyre talk : RIAS Conference 2002
Wilkinson Eyre rose to fame with their Magna Centre in Rotherham – Stirling Prize winner
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