Pringle Richards Sharratt

Pringle Richards Sharratt is an architectural firm that was formed in 1996 by John Pringle, Penny Richards and Ian Sharratt. Based in London, the practice has worked on public buildings, art galleries, museums, libraries, archives, university and transport buildings. Before forming PRS, John Pringle and Ian Sharratt were partners at Michael Hopkins and Partners and Penny Richards had her own practice that specialised in museum and gallery projects[clarification needed][citation needed].

Pringle Richards Sharratt
Practice information
  • John Pringle
  • Penny Richards
  • Ian Sharratt
FoundedApril 1996;
25 years ago
LocationLondon, United Kingdom

Notable projectsEdit


  • Civic Trust Awards, Gallery Oldham & Sheffield Winter Garden
  • ECSN European Award for Excellence in Concrete, Sheffield Millennium Galleries
  • European Federation of Interior Landscaping Groups Gold Award, Winter Garden
  • Wood Award Commendation, Carlisle Lane Flats
  • Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award (Shortlisting), Oldham Library & Lifelong Learning Centre
  • Academy of Urbanism, The Great Place Award, Winter Garden
  • British Construction Industry Awards (Shortlisting), Oldham Library & Lifelong Learning Centre
  • Landscape Institute Awards - President's Award, Sheffield Winter Garden


  1. ^ Jonathon Glacney (2003). "Underneath the Arches". The Guardian.
  2. ^ Jay Merrick (2003). "How Steel City Became Well Heeled". The Independent.[dead link]
  3. ^ Giles Worsley (2003). "Giving Heart To The City". The Telegraph.[dead link]
  4. ^ Giles Worsley, "Confidence in a brighter world"[dead link], Daily Telegraph, 21 February 2002.
  5. ^ Hugh Pearman, "Art and science in Sheffield" Archived 27 April 2001 at the Wayback Machine, Sunday Times, 8 April 2001.
  6. ^ CABE Case Study Gallery Oldham, Oldham
  7. ^ Jay Merrick, "Coventry's architectural revival", The Independent, 7 January 2009.
  8. ^ CABE Case Study Shrewsbury School Auditorium and Music School
  9. ^ Pitt Rivers Museum website New extension for the Pitt Rivers Museum
  10. ^ V&A website, Grand Entrance Archived 29 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine, Cromwell Road.
  11. ^ V&A website, Märit Rausing Gallery Archived 29 January 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  12. ^ Financial Times, 7 January 2006
  13. ^ Evening Standard, 11 January 2006.
  14. ^ Hull History Centre website, Hull History Centre