WilkinsonEyre

WilkinsonEyre is an international architecture practice based in London, England. In 1983 Chris Wilkinson founded Chris Wilkinson Architects, he partnered with Jim Eyre in 1987 and the practice was renamed WilkinsonEyre in 1999. The practice has led the completion of many high-profiled projects such as Gateshead Millennium Bridge, Cooled Conservatories Gardens by the Bay, Oxford's Weston Library and Guangzhou International Finance Center.

WilkinsonEyre
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Practice information
Key architectsJim Eyre
Chris Wilkinson
Founded1983
LocationLondon, England, United Kingdom
Significant works and honors
BuildingsMagna Centre
DesignGateshead Millennium Bridge
AwardsStirling Prize (2001) (2002), Lubetkin Prize (2012)

Project ListEdit

Key projects:

Bridges

Cultural

Education

Public Buildings

Tall Buildings

Sports and Leisure

PublicationsEdit

The Sketchbooks of Chris Wilkinson, Royal Academy Publication[1]

Works, Thames and Hudson[2]

Techtonics, Black Dog Publishing[3]

Supernature, Oro Editions[4]

Exploring Boundaries, Birkhauser[5]

Bridging Art & Science, Booth-Clibborn Editions[6]

Destinations, WilkinsonEyre[7]

New Bodleian - Making the Weston Library[8]

AwardsEdit

  • BCO Award, 8 Finsbury Circus (2017)[9]
  • RIBA Award, Building of the Year, Weston Library (2016)[10]
  • AJ100 Building of the Year, Weston Library (2016)[11]
  • Structural Steel Award, Splashpoint Leisure Centre (2014)
  • Building Award, Mary Rose Museum (2014)[12]
  • New London Award, Battersea Power Station (2014)
  • Civic Trust Award, Twin Sails Bridge (2014)
  • ISE Award, Emirates Air Line (2013)
  • RIBA Lubetkin Prize, Cooled Conservatories, Gardens by the Bay (2013)
  • World Architecture Festival Award, Sport Category, Splashpoint Leisure Centre (2013)[13]
  • RIBA Lubetkin Prize, Guangzhou International Finance Center (2012)
  • RIBA Stirling Prize, Gateshead Millennium Bridge (2002)
  • RIBA Stirling Prize, Magna (2001)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wilkinson, Chris; Smith, Charles Saumarez (14 September 2015). The Sketchbooks of Chris Wilkinson (01 ed.). London: Royal Academy of Arts, London. ISBN 978-1-910350-18-8.
  2. ^ Keyte, Emma; Merrick, Jay (17 November 2014). Wilkinson Eyre Architects: Works (01 ed.). London: Thames and Hudson Ltd. ISBN 978-0-500-34298-5.
  3. ^ Pearman, Hugh; Hood, John; Smith, Joe; Tyszczuk, Renata (15 September 2011). Tectonics (First ed.). London: Black Dog Publishing. ISBN 978-1-907317-53-8.
  4. ^ Architects, Wilkinson Eyre (27 August 2014). Supernature: How Wilkinson Eyre Made a Hothouse Cool. Novato (Calif.): Oro Editions. ISBN 978-1-935935-87-2.
  5. ^ Davey, Peter (30 June 2007). Exploring Boundaries: The Architecture of Wilkinson Eyre (1st ed.). Basel: Birkhäuser GmbH. ISBN 978-3-7643-7531-7.
  6. ^ Wilkinson, Chris; Eyre, Jim (22 November 2002). Bridging Art & Science: Wilkinson Eyre Architecture (First ed.). London: Booth-Clibborn Editions. ISBN 978-1-86154-153-6.
  7. ^ Feber, Stephen; Melvin, Jeremy (17 March 2005). Wilkinson Eyre Destinations. Wilkinson Eyre Architects. ISBN 978-0-9545712-1-4.
  8. ^ Library, Bodleian (27 May 2016). New Bodleian - Making the Weston Library. Oxford: The Bodleian Library. ISBN 978-1-85124-374-7.
  9. ^ "The Capital shines at BCO Awards - FMJ". www.fmj.co.uk. Retrieved 9 October 2017.
  10. ^ "Weston Library". www.architecture.com. Retrieved 9 October 2017.
  11. ^ "2016 winners | AJ100". aj100awards.architectsjournal.co.uk. Retrieved 9 October 2017.
  12. ^ "Building Award Winners: Building Magazine project of the year". Building. Retrieved 9 October 2017.
  13. ^ "Winners of the World Architecture Festival 2013". Arch Daily. Retrieved 18 November 2019.

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