Looking back over the legacy of our work we feel that there are some amazing stories to tell about our buildings. Watch clients, members of the public, and Grimshaw's team share their insights into the schemes that define our practice and how we work.

London Bridge Station forms the cornerstone of Thameslink’s ambitious vision, to increase passenger capacity through London by two thirds of its previous volume.

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Terra ― The Sustainability Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai

Terra opened to the public in 2021 as one of the top three attractions of the Expo 2020 Dubai, and aims to illuminate the ingenuity and possibility of architecture as society looks to intelligent strategies for future sustainable living.

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Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Discover Grimshaw's role in creating this unique home for the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, utilising sustainable design and the vibrant ecology and urbanity of Miami.

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Disney Tomorrowland

SUEZ Energy-from-Waste Facility

Duke University, The Richard H. Brodhead Center for Campus Life

Doherty Institute

Horno³ : Museo del Acero

Heathrow T2B

Frankfurt Trade Fair Hall

RAC Regional Control Centre

UNSW: Hilmer Building

International Terminal Waterloo

Queens Museum

Reading Station

Pulkovo Airport

London Bridge Station

Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Plant & Headquarters

The Eden Project

Financial Times Printworks

Grand Union Canal Walk Housing

Paddington Station: Phase 1 Redevelopment

Via Verde – The Green Way

St Botolph Building

Bijlmer ArenA Station

UCL Cancer Institute: Paul O'Gorman Building

Service Tower for Student Housing

Park Road Apartments

The Cutty Sark Conservation Project

Herman Miller Factory

Dulwich College Laboratory

Thermae Bath Spa

Caixa Galicia Art Foundation

Fulton Center

igus Headquarters

New York Street Furniture

Southern Cross Station

British Pavilion, Seville Expo 1992

Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center (EMPAC)