Stanton Williams completes contemporary extension to historic Cambridge university campus

Stanton Williams has completed a four-storey addition to a business school at the University of Cambridge, England, which features social and circulation areas that adjoin an existing historic building and are illuminated by large roof lights. The expansion of Cambridge Judge Business School provides a hub for postgraduate and executive business education, incorporating flexible teaching

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Stanton Williams completes renovation of Beaux-Arts museum in Nantes with stone and marble extension

London firm Stanton Williams has renovated and extended the Musée d’arts de Nantes, adding a series of extensions including a monolithic structure wrapped in stone and translucent marble to the Beaux-Arts building. Stanton Williams was awarded the project to oversee the modernisation of the museum in 2009, with a proposal that involved introducing several contemporary interventions alongside

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Stanton Williams and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands to design UCL’s Olympic Park campus

Architecture firms Stanton Williams and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands have been selected to design the first buildings at University College London’s proposed Olympic Park campus, which is set to include a major new school of design. The two London-based firms will create the first phase of development for UCL East – the second campus for one of the UK capital’s leading universities, More

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Stanton Williams and Asif Khan chosen to design new Museum of London at Smithfield market

Architects Stanton Williams and Asif Khan have been selected over teams including BIG and Caruso St John to design a new building for the Museum of London, after being described by competition judges as “a clear winner” (+ slideshow). The two London-based architecture firms were selected from a shortlist of six teams to design the new building at West Smithfield, More

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BIG and Caruso St John feature on shortlist for new Museum of London

BIG, Caruso St John and Stanton Williams have been shortlisted to design a new building for the Museum of London (+ slideshow). Swiss firm Diener & Diener Architekten and Paris studios Lacaton & Vassal and Studio Milou also made the shortlist for the new museum building at West Smithfield, which will replace the existing facility at the Barbican Estate. The More

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Stanton Williams wins approval for plans to “open up” the Royal Opera House

Architecture office Stanton Williams has unveiled its plans to upgrade the entrances and public spaces of London’s Royal Opera House, which have just been granted planning permission. Stanton Williams, the firm behind the Stirling Prize-winning Sainsbury Laboratory, plans to increase the transparency of the Grade I-listed performing arts venue in Covent Garden, as well as creating […]

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Hampstead home by Stanton Williams designed to evoke “the spirit of a tree house”

London firm Stanton Williams has completed a house in leafy north London with a timber and stone exterior, green sedum roofs and an entrance that brings residents over a bridge (+ slideshow). Designed to capture “the spirit of a tree house”, the three-storey Fitzroy House replaces a 1950s dwelling, creating a new family residence with living spaces that […]
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