Thursday, 11 October 2018Grimshaw has welcomed Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement of a $13 billion plan to transform JFK International Airport into a world-class 21st century airport including $12 billion of private investment.
Thursday, 26th July 2018
Grimshaw has been appointed for a new botanical garden in Sharjah, UAE, which has a mission to encourage discovery and education while conserving the rich floral heritage of Sharjah, the UAE, and the rest of the world.
Thursday, 19th July 2018
London Bridge station has received its royal re-opening by His Royal Highness Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. The celebration marked the end of a £1bn redevelopment project which has transformed the station, catalysing the London Bridge Quarter and connecting millions more passengers to the capital’s transport network.
Thursday, 6 June 2018
SG Blocks, Inc., a leading designer, innovator and fabricator of container-based structures, has signed a master services agreement with Grimshaw to partner on future design projects.
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
Grimshaw has transformed the Meat Market in North Melbourne into a giant installation that literally wraps around the events at the hub for Melbourne Knowledge Week (MKW18), the City of Melbourne’s annual festival which explores the smart and innovative future of Australia’s fastest growing city.
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.