At the heart of our urban strategy lies the concept that cities are for the meeting of friends and strangers in civilised public spaces surrounded by beautiful buildings.
Richard Rogers, London as it could be
This addition to the London skyline is a light, transparent structure with a strong sense of identity and character – its spire-like profile would form the apex of an emerging cluster of towers in the City of London.
Graham Stirk on Leadenhall Street
The design uses the discipline of an economic modular grid to accommodate a variety of spatial experiences for both children and adults. The fun experienced in the building arises from our playing with this grid in many different and surprising ways.
Ivan Harbour on Minami-Yamashiro School
The concept drivers for INMOS were, as for the Pompidou Centre, large, column-free flexible and universally serviced open operational spaces. The heart of the scheme was a strong, central circulation spine and central meeting space for all employees.
Mike Davies on INMOS
Integrating low energy design within a dense urban environment, the buildings are designed to optimise passive solar energy, natural ventilation and daylight. All office spaces are naturally ventilated, making use of night-time free cooling and solar radiation in the atria.
Laurie Abbott on Daimler Potsdamer Platz
The team’s focus was entirely on the efficient delivery of a high quality environment within the constraints of a rapid construction programme.
Richard Paul on Chiswick Business Park
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