Benson & Forsyth

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Benson & Forsyth is a British architectural partnership, whose principal architects are Gordon Benson and Alan Forysth. Their offices are in Islington, London, although they formerly also had a small office in Edinburgh. They were nominated for the Stirling Prize in 1999 and 2002 for the Museum of Scotland and National Gallery of Ireland respectively. Their work is heavily influenced by that of Le Corbusier, but they are also interested in trying to create a more contextual form of modern architecture.

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