Wilkinson Eyre Architects is one of the UK’s leading architectural practices. Its designs are widely recognised and have received extensive acclaim including back-to-back success in the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture in 2001 and 2002, for the Magna Project and Gateshead Millennium Bridge, and back-to-back RIBA Lubetkin Prizes in 2012 and 2013 for IFC Guangzhou and Gardens by the Bay. The practice’s work is based on an informed use of technology and materials and combines a commitment to innovation with an awareness of context to deliver high quality architectural design with strong identity.
Recently completed projects include Maggie’s Oxford; the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth, which reunites the Tudor warship with a priceless collection of artefacts; The Crystal, a centre for sustainable cities by Siemens in London’s Docklands; The Emirates Airline cable car; 10 Brock St, a major Central London office building for British Land; the University of Exeter’s revolutionary Forum building and Splashpoint Leisure Centre for Worthing and Adur Councils, crowned sports building of the year at WAF 2013.
The practice’s current projects include major refurbishments of two important works by Sir Giles Gilbert-Scott: the New Bodleian Library for the University of Oxford and the iconic Battersea Power Station. Other ongoing work includes an iconic, sculptural high-rise on the waterfront at Barangaroo in Sydney, Australia.