Wilkinson Eyre and Jonathan Tuckey convert King’s Cross gasholders into luxury flats

Wilkinson Eyre has completed its transformation of a trio of Victorian gasholder frames at London’s King’s Cross into luxury apartments with interiors by Jonathan Tuckey Design. The London architecture practice headed up by Chris Wilkinson and Jim Eyre won a competition in 2002 to construct the apartments within the three conjoined gasholders for developer Argent. The project forms

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Grimshaw and Wilkinson Eyre appointed to design HS2 stations

Grimshaw Architects and Wilkinson Eyre have been selected, alongside engineers Arup and WSP, to design stations in Birmingham and London for the high-speed rail network HS2 . Grimshaw Architects will work with WSP’s UK office to create a station for HS2 services at Birmingham Curzon Street, while Wilkinson Eyre and Arup will design the Birmingham Interchange station. Grimshaw Architects and Arup

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Two skyscrapers proposed for London’s Blackfriars

Wilkinson Eyre and Brisac Gonzalez have revealed plans for a pair of skyscrapers near London’s Blackfriars Bridge, providing 52 floors of housing and 32 storeys of offices. The skyscrapers are to form part of the 18 Blackfriars Road masterplan designed by London studio Wilkinson Eyre Architects for a site just south of the River Thames. Wilkinson Eyre Architects has designed a 178.5-metre-tall residential

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Wilkinson Eyre inserts contemporary details into Giles Gilbert Scott’s Oxford University library

Wilkinson Eyre created a dramatic lightwell and a rooftop reading room for its revamp of a Giles Gilbert Scott-designed library at the University of Oxford – one of the six projects vying for the Stirling Prize later today (+ slideshow). London-based Wilkinson Eyre was asked to open up the interior of the 1940s-built Bodleian Library – now renamed as Weston Library – which More

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Wilkinson Eyre adds mirrored laboratory and sports hangar to Dyson’s countryside campus

Wilkinson Eyre has added an assortment of new buildings to the headquarters of technology company Dyson, aiming to create a campus to rival “those in Silicon Valley and Singapore”. The London-based architecture firm designed four new buildings for the Dyson Campus, which is located on the outskirts of historic market town Malmesbury in Wiltshire, southwest England. Encompassing a variety More

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Wilkinson Eyre’s Arenas Cariocas form the largest venue at Rio’s Barra Olympic Park

Rio 2016: London architecture firm Wilkinson Eyre has created a trio of conjoined venues to host a range of indoor events at this month’s Olympic games (+ slideshow). The Arenas Cariocas are located on Rio de Janeiro’s Barra Olympic Park, on the site of the city’s old Formula 1 racing track. At 400 metres long More

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Dezeen’s A-Zdvent calendar: University of Limerick Living Bridge by Wilkinson Eyre

As we enter the final week of our festive bridge countdown, we’re spotlighting a third bridge by London firm Wilkinson Eyre Architects – the University of Limerick Living Bridge in Ireland. Built in 2007, the 350-metre-long bridge stretches across the River Shannon to create a link between the university’s established County Limerick campus to the More

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Dezeen’s A-Zdvent calendar: Nescio Bridge by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

The second addition to Dezeen’s A-Zdvent calendar by London firm Wilkinson Eyre Architects is a curved suspension bridge in Amsterdam that forks at either end to separate pedestrians from cyclists. The Nescio Bridge, known locally as Nesciobrug, spans the Amsterdam-Rhine canal to connect the city with the IJburg suburb, which is being built on reclaimed land More

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