Wednesday 8th October
The Laboratory at Dulwich College is a state-of-the-art science building located in the heart of the school’s historic campus in south London. The £14 million Grimshaw-designed scheme was officially opened earlier this month and is the first completed school project in the practice’s education portfolio.
Thursday 8th September 2016
Grimshaw is delighted to have been commissioned to create the Sustainability Pavilion for the 2020 World Expo, which will be held in Dubai, UAE. Born of a tradition of remarkable architecture built for the world exposition stage, the Sustainability Pavilion aims to illuminate the ingenuity and possibility of architecture as society looks to intelligent strategies for sustainable future living.
Tuesday 6th September 2016
ENTIQ, the innovation delivery and business accelerator specialists and DV4, Delancey’s evergreen investment fund, have selected Grimshaw to design Europe’s largest innovation centre at Here East, London’s 1.2 million square foot digital and creative campus on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This centre will bring together a community of small and big businesses that will build connected products that will improve people’s lives, with an initial focus on sport, health, fashion, design and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Tuesday 30th August 2016
The design team working on London Bridge Station – Arcadis, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff JV and architect Grimshaw, working for main contractor Costain - are celebrating the successful delivery of the second stage of the programme today, with two thirds of the street level concourse and three new through track platforms opened.
One of the most complex and ambitious rail station redevelopments in the UK to date, the transformation of London Bridge Station - part of Network Rail’s Thameslink Programme - requires the team to design a safe change from six through and nine terminus platforms to nine through and six terminus, without causing major disruption to passengers.
Wednesday 20 July 2016
Grimshaw is celebrated a significant milestone for its first commercial building in Sydney - 333 George Street - with a topping out ceremony hosted by Charter Hall and Watpac.
Rising from the heritage precinct of Martin Place and with three street frontages, 333 George Street has been designed to create a unique and acclaimed corporate destination; an elegant landmark that reflects the legacy of its historic setting and public prominence.
Friday 18th March 2016
TfL has received resolution to grant consent for Grimshaw's Nine Elms Over Site Development (OSD), in a unanimous decision by the Lambeth Council Planning Committee.
Four key buildings are contained in the design: three of which will be residential with a minimum of 25% affordable rental housing, built over Nine Elms Underground Station. The fourth building will comprise commercial office and retail spaces. The proposals deliver 332 residential units with 161 one bedroom, 155 two bedroom, 14 three bedroom and 2 four bedroom apartments, providing much needed homes for residents on a variety of income scales.
Milan, 2014 / London, 2015.
Elements showcased the work of Grimshaw Industrial Design in association with Poltrona Frau. The exhibition including the latest bespoke projects from the practice, while several key projects in the exhibition were brought to life using 3D-augmented reality which was viewed on a phone or tablet through a specially developed app.
Structure Space and Skin
This first exhibition of Grimshaw's work at The Royal Institute of Architect's Florence Hall examined the first ten years of work from Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners through a series of components and large scale mock-ups.
Equilibrium explored themes such as scale and context. The exhibition was self-contained, using a mobile flight case display system developed by the Grimshaw Industrial Design. Each case was installed with a combination of projection screens, models, photographs, drawings and sample materials to create a multi-layered, tactile experience.
Growing the Future City
This nine-week long exhibition at The Gallery in Foyles Bookstore was co-curated by Grimshaw and place-making agency Futurecity. Growing the Future City explored cities through six themes; navigating, working, playing, learning, greening, and housing, and marked the successful culmination of the Urban Research Unit series.
UK, Europe, the United States and Japan, 1998
Contained within 19 free-standing aluminium flight cases that were specifically customised, this travelling exhibition presented Grimshaw's industrial design work, showing the firm's long-standing enthusiasm for detailing: from initial concepts through to prototyping, testing and mass production.
Equation was Grimshaw’s first exhibition in Singapore, communicating how the natural environment provides inspiration for its innovative architectural projects around the world. The exhibition is designed to explain themes from the natural world, such as biomimicry, biophilia and ecosystems through Grimshaw’s projects and research.