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RHWL Architects
Practice information
Founded 1961
Dissolved 2015
Location London
Significant works and honors
Buildings Crucible Theatre

RHWL Architects (originally Renton Howard Wood Levin Architects) was a British architecture practice based in London, Berlin and Qatar. It was established by Andrew Renton, Peter Howard, Humphrey Wood and Gerald Levin following the establishment of Andrew Renton & Associates in 1961. It was well known for projects undertaken by its Arts Team division. RHWL Architects, Arts Team and RHWL Interiors are part of Renton Howard Wood Levin LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership

Notable buildings[edit]

In order of opening date:

Arts & culture[edit]


Awards and commendations[edit]

15 RIBA, 14 Civic Trust, 3 RICS, 1 USITT, 1 Europa Nostra


  1. ^ Ravenscroft, Tom. "Crucible Theatre by RHWL, Sheffield (1971)". Architects' Journal. Retrieved 7 December 2011. 
  2. ^ http://www.thecablenet.net/norden.php
  3. ^ Stamp, Gavin. "St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London". Architecture Today. Retrieved 7 December 2011. 

External links[edit]

  • [www.aedas.com/aedasrhwl/ Official Aedas RHWL website]
  • [www.aedas.com/aedasartsteam/ Official Aedas Arts Team division website]