Thursday, 11 October 2018
Grimshaw 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.
Thursday 3rd May
As a headline part of Clerkenwell Design Week, 22-25 May 2018, design collective Scale Rule will install a pavilion in St James' Churchyard for the third consecutive year. Conceived by GCSE students from central London, the structure will respond to this year's Clerkenwell Design Week theme of 'sustainability', and strengthen the idea of social cohesion as a community meeting space
Monday 19th March
Grimshaw, in partnership with STV as Lead Design Firm, have been selected to serve as the Lead Design Architect with the joint venture team of Tutor Perini/Parsons for the $1.4 billion terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Thursday 19th April
Grimshaw’s Industrial Design department is celebrating two successful collaborations with a diverse set of products recently launched at Passenger Terminal Expo in Stockholm, Sweden.
Tuesday 14th November
The breathtaking Oman Botanic Garden will be revealed to the world today by Arup, Grimshaw and Haley Sharpe Design (hsd), who have collaboratively delivered the engineering, landscaping, architecture and interpretative designs.
Wednesday 12th July
Southern Cross Station is now 10 years old, and Grimshaw, in collaboration with Open House Melbourne and Southern Cross Station Pty Ltd, is hosting an Instagram photo competition to mark the occasion.
Tuesday 23rd May
Grimshaw has celebrated the topping off of 664 Collins Street, the practice’s second commercial building in Melbourne, with a rooftop ceremony hosted on Monday by Mirvac and major tenants, Pitcher Partners and ExxonMobil.
Wednesday 29th March
Grimshaw has designed its first cubby house which will be auctioned at a VIP event at the 2017 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show on Thursday, 30th March as part of this year’s Cubby House Challenge.
Wednesday 12th March
The New South Wales Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Andrew Constance, has today unveiled a prototype for the Grimshaw designed Sydney CBD and South East Light Rail (CSELR) stops in Moore Park, Sydney.
Thursday 19th January
Grimshaw has been an integral part of the Expo 2020 Dubai presence at Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (12th – 21st January, 2017), unveiling revised images and features of the Sustainability Pavilion.
Wednesday 14th December
Grimshaw’s portfolio of workplace design has expanded with a new project in the dynamic Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone. Working for Skanska, the practice is developing a master plan for Bristol Temple Square, as well as a building within the site to house Engine Shed 02, a start-up incubator and co-working space.
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.
8th March 2016
A team consisting of NOW Architects in association with Grimshaw has been selected to design LetsRun Park in Yeongcheon, South Korea. The project was secured through an international design competition hosted by the Korea Racing Authority and organized by the International Union of Architects, receiving entries from 23 leading global practices. The winning design and master plan details a 148 hectare park that combines a comprehensive new racecourse with a family park featuring a wide range of equine-themed sports, activities and outdoor attractions.
Wednesday 23rd March 2016
A successful collaboration between architects and tensile designers reached its final stage last week at Frankfurt’s Light + Building festival and trade fair, where MDT-tex launched the final Tensilation Type EV canopy system. Grimshaw has been working with MDT-tex to develop a product that offers both the flexibility that comes with modular canopies and the engineering advantages of a unified structure.
The resulting design created a dramatic display at Light + Building, and delighted design-savvy spectators, while situated in the courtyard of the grand Palais Thurn & Taxis in the heart of Frankfurt. Projections by photographer and light artist, Laurenz Theinert, brought the canopies to life.