Wilkinson Eyre Architects

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Wilkinson Eyre Architects
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Practice information
Key architects Jim Eyre
Chris Wilkinson
Founded 1983
Location London, England,
 United Kingdom
Significant works and honors
Buildings Magna Centre
Design Gateshead Millennium Bridge
Awards Stirling Prize (2001) (2002), Lubetkin Prize (2012) (2013), World Building of the Year (2012)

Wilkinson Eyre Architects is one of the UK's leading architectural practices, based in London, England. After gaining experience in a number of top UK practices, Chris Wilkinson set up Chris Wilkinson Architects in 1983, acting as sole principal. He formed a partnership with Jim Eyre in 1987, with the practice registered as Wilkinson Eyre Architects in 1999. Following an internal restructuring, the company was re-registered under the same name in April 2006.

Notable Projects[edit]

Wilkinson Eyre has designed projects in diverse market sectors including education, cultural, commercial, infrastructure, large scale masterplanning, industrial, office, retail, leisure and residential buildings.

In 2013, they were appointed as architects for the redevelopment of the Battersea Power Station in London and the Crown Sydney hotel on the Barangaroo site in Sydney.

Bridges[edit]

Cultural[edit]

Education[edit]

Health[edit]

Infrastructure[edit]

Masterplanning[edit]

  • Anglia Ruskin University: Rivermead Campus Masterplan
  • Apraksin Dvor Masterplan
  • Baiyun Masterplan
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Masterplan
  • Westown Cairo

Mixed-Use & Retail[edit]

  • 20 Blackfriars Road
  • Audi West London
  • Bristol Temple Gate
  • Chatham Maritime
  • Dyson Shop
  • Princesshay, Exeter
  • The Crystal

Offices[edit]

Residential[edit]

Sport & Leisure[edit]

  • Crown Sydney
  • Guangzhou Four Seasons Hotel
  • Guangzhou Velodrome
  • Liverpool Arena & Convention Centre
  • London 2012 Basketball Arena
  • Merry Hill Multiplex
  • Nizhny Novgorod Winter Sports Complex
  • Princes Club Ski Tow Pavilion
  • Splashpoint Leisure Centre
  • Thistle Tower Hotel
  • Western Breakwater Hotel

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