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Richard Griffiths Architects News

21 Mar 2017
Brighton College Entry Tower Shortlisted for RIBA Southeast Awards 2017

One of fourteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA Southeast 2017 Awards:

Entrance Tower, Brighton College, Brighton, East Sussex:
Entrance Tower, Brighton College, Brighton by Richard Griffiths Architects
photograph : Will Pryce

RIBA Southeast Award for Brighton College Entrance Tower

30 Jun 2012
The St. Paul’s Centre at St. Paul’s Church, Hammersmith, London, UK
St. Pauls Centre St. Pauls Church Hammersmith
photo : Will Pryce
The St. Paul’s Centre at St. Paul’s Church
RIBA Awards 2012 Winner
The new work carried out at the Grade II* listed St Paul’s Hammersmith has been premised on a profound understanding of historical precedents developed within a contemporary sensibility, resulting in a confident articulation of the new and a sympathetic reworking of the existing fabric.
Its spiritual life revived by the arrival of a congregation from the evangelical Holy Trinity Brompton, it fell to this architects practice to revive and expand the fabric of the church.

Richard Griffiths – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by Richard Griffiths Architects, alphabetical:

St Pancras Chambers Hotel – New Wing, north London, England, UK
Date built: 2007
Design: RHWL, with support from this conservation architects practice
St Pancras Chambers
photo © Nick Weall
St Pancras
This architecture conservation project was produced for Marriott Hotels, Manhattan Loft company and Whitbread Hotel Company. St. Pancras Chambers was a RIBA Awards winner in 2012.

St Pancras Station in London was built between 1864 and 1868. The architect / engineer was William Henry Barlow. The international station is home to Eurostar and an exciting collection of shops, restaurants and bars, including Europe’s longest Champagne bar.

Southwark Cathedral Millennium Project, London SE1
Date built: 2002

Southwark Cathedral
photograph © Adrian Welch
Richard Griffiths was Cathedral Architect from 1997 to 2012, overseeing a major programme of repairs and upgrading to the Cathedral. The Millennium Project, opened by Nelson Mandela in 2001, involved the cleaning and floodlighting of the external fabric of the Cathedral, the relandscaping of the churchyard, and the design of new buildings around a new courtyard giving visitors access to the Cathedral from the Thames Path.

The buildings contain a refectory, shop, education centre and a range of meeting and function rooms that provide a vital source of income to support the wide range of services, concerts and activities promoted by the Cathedral.

Client: The Cathedral Church of St Saviour and St Mary Overie
Contract Value: £5.5m
Awards: RIBA Award 2002, Civic Trust Commendation 2002, Landscape Institute 75th Anniversary Award

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Location: London, south east England, UK

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St Pancras Chambers
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London Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:

The Scalpel
Design: Kohn Pederson Fox – KPF
The Scalpel Tower Lime Street
image courtesy of the architects
The Scalpel City of London Skyscraper

Camden Cloud House
Design: Peter Morris Architects
Cloud House Gospel Oak Peter Morris
image courtesy of architects practice
The Cloud House in Gospel Oak

Morden Wharf, Greenwich Peninsula, south east London
Design: OMA
Morden Wharf Greenwich Peninsula
image : Pixelflakes
Morden Wharf Development

Buildings / photos for the Richard Griffiths Architects page welcome