|Founded||London, United Kingdom
|Number of locations||4 Offices
|Key people||Sir Nicholas Grimshaw
|Services||Architecture, Industrial Design|
Grimshaw Architects (formerly Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners) is an architectural firm based in London. Founded in 1980 by Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, the firm was one of the pioneers of high-tech architecture. In particular, they are known for their design of transport projects including Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA railway station, Waterloo International railway station and the award winning Southern Cross railway station recipient of the Royal Institute of British Architects Lubetkin Prize. The firm currently has offices in London, Melbourne, Sydney and New York.
Grimshaw has 18 partners worldwide: Jolyon Brewis, Keith Brewis, Vincent Chang, Andrew Cortese, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Michael Holmes, William Horgan, Mark Husser, Ewan Jones, Kirsten Lees, Declan McCafferty, Neill McClements, Mark Middleton, Juan Porral, Neven Sidor, Neil Stonell, Andrew Thomas, Andrew Whalley.
Major projects, by year of completion and ordered by type, are:
Arts & culture
- Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Miami, 2014
- Queens Museum of Art, Queens, 2013
- Mobilizarte Mobile Pavilion, Brazil, 2012
- Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC), Troy, 2008
- Horno 3: Museo del Acero, Museum of Steel, Monterrey, 2007
- Thermae Bath Spa, Bath, 2006
- Caixia Galicia Art Foundation, La Coruna, 2006
- Eden Project, Cornwall, 2001
- National Space Centre, Leicester, 2001
- British Pavilion, Expo '92, Seville, 1992
- Oxford Ice Rink, 1984
- IJburg Bridge, Amsterdam, 2001
- A40 Western Avenue Footbridge, 2009
Science & education
- New York University Polytechnic: Rogers Hall, Brooklyn, 2011
- London South Bank University, London, 2010
- London School of Economics: New Academic Building, London, 2009
- University College London: Roberts Building Front Extension, London, 2007
- University College London Cancer Institute: Paul O Gorman Building, London, 2007
- Eden Project: The Core, Cornwall, 2005
- Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg, 2012
- Fulton Center, New York, 2014
- Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station, Amsterdam,2007
- Heathrow Airport Terminal 2B, 2009
- Zurich Airport, Zurich, 2004
- Southern Cross Station, Melbourne, 2006
- Manchester Airport Terminal 3, 1998
- Paddington Station, London, 1999
- Heathrow Airport Terminal 1, Pier 4A, 1993
- International Terminal, Waterloo Station, London, 1993
- The St. Boltoph Building, London, 2010
- 385 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 2008
- Five Boats Houding, Duisburg, 2005
- Eden Project: The Foundation, Cornwall, 2002
- 25 Gresham Street, London, 2002
- Ludwig Erhaud Haus, Berlin, 1998
- Orange Operational Centre and Customer Service Facilities, Darlington, 1998
- RAC Regional Control Centre, Bristol, 1994
- British Airways Operations, London, 1993
- Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Plant & Headquarters, West Sussex, 2003
- Donald Danforth Plant Center, St. Louis, 2001
- Igus Factory & Headquarters, Cologne, 2000
- Western Morning News, Plymouth, 1993
- Financial Times Printworks, Docklands, London, 1988
- Vitra Furniture Factory, Weil am Rhein, 1981
- Herman Miller Factory, Chippenham, 1976
- Via Verde - The Green Way, Bronx, New York, 2012
- Sainsbury's Store & Grand Union Walk Housing, Camden, London, 1988
- Carbuncle Cup - Building Design Awards
- AIA Honor Award - Horno 3: Museo Del Acero
- Architectural Practice of the Year - Building Design Awards
- World Architect of the Year - Building Design Awards
- Transport Architect of the Year - Building Design Awards
- 2008 RIBA European Award - Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station
- Royal Institute of Dutch Architects - Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station
- Stirling Prize Runner up - Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station
- Lubetkin Prize - Southern Cross Station, Melbourne, Australia 
- 2007 RIBA International Award - Southern Cross Station, Melbourne, Australia 
Grimshaw’s first exhibition titled Product + Process debuted in 1988. The firm has since produced four exhibitions: Structure Space + Skin (1993), Fusion  (1998), Equilibrium  (2000), and Micro to Macro: Grimshaw in New York  (2007). The latest exhibition, Equation: Design Inspired by Nature, will launch on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Centre in Singapore. Equation explores a series of themes that investigate biomimicry, biophilia and ecosystems and their influence on design.
- Grimshaw Architecture: The First Thirty Years
- Blue 02: Systems and Structure
- Blue 01: Water, Energy and Waste
- The Sketchbooks of Nicholas Grimshaw
- The Making of Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA
- The Architecture of Eden
- Grimshaw: Architecture, Industry and Innovation
- Structure, Space and Skin: The Work of Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners
- British Pavilion Seville Exposition
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- RIBA website. "RIBA International Awards / Winners 2007". Retrieved 2011-12-08.
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- Hugh Pearman. "Equilibrium: The Work of Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners". Retrieved 2013-15-02.
- E-Oculus. "Macro to Micro: Grimshaw in New York". Retrieved 2013-15-02.
- URA. "Equation". Retrieved 2013-15-02.
- Amazon. "Grimshaw Architects: The First 30 Year". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "Blue 02: Systems and Structure". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "Blue 01: Water, Energy and Waste". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "The Sketchbooks of Nicholas Grimshaw". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Sdu Uitgevers. "The Making of Station Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "The Architecture of Eden". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "Equilibrium". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "Grimshaw: Architecture, Industry and Innovation". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "Structure, Space and Skin: The Work of Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
- Amazon. "British Pavilion Seville Exposition". Retrieved 2012-12-08.
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