Wilkinson Eyre, twice winners of both the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize and the RIBA Lubetkin Prize, is one of the UK’s leading architecture practices. Its portfolio of bold, beautiful, intelligent architecture includes the Guangzhou International Finance Center – one of the tallest buildings in the world; the giant, cooled conservatories for Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, the new Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth and the acclaimed temporary structure of the London 2012 Basketball Arena. Current projects include the refurbishment of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s Grade II-listed Battersea Power Station, the new medicine galleries for the Science Museum and a resort hotel for Crown in Sydney.
- 10 Bridges with Incredible Structures
- WilkinsonEyre founder Chris Wilkinson pass away at age 76
- RIBA announces its 2021 International Prize shortlist
- A flower on the banks of the Parramatta River. One Barangaroo by WilkinsonEyre
- Copenhagen’s harbour has new pedestrian and cycle bridge by WilkinsonEyre
- WilkinsonEyre completes a modular village for the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology
- Weston Library reopens following £80M renovation by Wilkinson Eyre Architects