Weston Williamson

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WestonWilliamson+Partners
Limited Liability Partnership
Industry Architecture
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Number of employees
88
Website www.westonwilliamson.com
WestonWilliamson+Partners Studio Southwark

Weston Williamson is a British architectural firm formed in 1985 and based in London.

The Jubilee line extension at London Bridge station (2007).
The new extension to the Docklands Light Railway from 2005.

History[edit]

Weston Williamson was established in 1985 by Andrew Weston and Chris Williamson, who met whilst studying architecture. Weston and Williamson had also both studied with Steve Humphreys at Leicester Polytechnic School of Architecture, who joined the practice in 1991. In 2008 Rob Naybour became a fourth director.

In 2013 Weston Williamson became an LLP forming WestonWilliamson+Partners with the introduction of 9 new partners.

Weston Williamson + Partners has worked on a number of projects in the UK and abroad including schemes for Transport for London, Southwark Council, Crossrail, HS2, the Docklands Light Railway, the Dubai Transport Authority and the Malaysian Transport Authority. Other projects include the Oliver Morris House in Brixton, New England Bio laboratories in Boston and the Jubilee line extension at London Bridge.

Projects[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Transport Briefing subscriber log in". www.transportbriefing.co.uk. 
  2. ^ a b c Puckett, Katie. "Weston Williamson on how to get on board transport infrastructure projects". 
  3. ^ Edwards, Brian (1997), "Part One:Perspectives on station architecture", The Modern Station: New Approaches to Railway Architecture, Taylor & Francis, ISBN 0-419-19680-3  (electronic pages are unnumbered - see Suburban stations section "The Jubilee Line extension")
  4. ^ Bloomfield, Ruth. "Paddington Crossrail images revealed". 
  5. ^ "Weston Williamson on track with Miami railway". 
  6. ^ Rogers, David (2014). "Weston Williamson lands High Speed 2 station | News | Building Design". bdonline.co.uk. Retrieved 12 October 2014. 

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