Graham Carl Stirk (born 8 January 1957) is an architect and senior partner at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. He joined the Richard Rogers Partnership in 1983 and by 2007 the name of the practice changed to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners to reflect his contribution to the practice, along with Ivan Harbour.
|Born||January 8, 1957|
|Alma mater||Oxford Polytechnic|
|Practice||Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners|
|Buildings||124 Horseferry Road (Channel 4 building)|
88 Wood Street
NEO Bankside, London
71 Fenchurch Street (Lloyd’s Register of Shipping building)
122 Leadenhall Street
Early life and careerEdit
Stirk was born in 1957 in Leeds, England, he joined the Richard Rogers Partnership in 1983 after studying at Oxford Polytechnic where he graduated with first-class honours degree (Bachelor of Science). He went on to study at the Architectural Association and Kingston Polytechnic. Stirk joined Richard Rogers Partnership in 1983 and was made a Senior Director in 1995.
After his studies he joined the Richard Rogers Partnership and was made a director in 1988, and by 2007 the name of the practice changed from Richard Rogers Partnership to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in recognition of Ivan Harbour and Stirk's contribution to the firm. In 2011 he was made a senior partner in the firm.
Since joining the practice, Stirk has gone on to lead the design teams on such projects as 88 Wood Street, One Hyde Park, 122 Leadenhall Street and Plaza de toros de las Arenas. He has also designed and led projects such as Lyon–Saint-Exupéry Airport, Terminal 1 and Burlington Gate, London.
Images of a selection of Graham Stirk's workEdit
- "Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners - Choosing an architect". Lloyd's Register Group Limited. Retrieved 2016-03-25.
- "Graham Stirk". Archived from the original on 2007-10-19. Retrieved 2016-03-25.