Articles Grimshaw exhibits at So British — Le Meilleur du Royaume-Uni

As part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Grimshaw is part of the So British — Le Meilleur du Royaume-Uni exhibition at the Residence of the British Ambassador to France in Paris.

The exhibition brings together over 60 British-founded international businesses celebrating innovation in design, infrastructure, technology, transport, fashion and food and drink. Bringing together these businesses is an opportunity to share knowledge, expertise and experience — across countries — to deliver sustainable social, urban and economic futures.

Since opening a studio in Paris in 2017 Grimshaw has collaborated with cities, clients and like-minded consultants and contractors to integrate the design, architecture and sustainable commitment and ambitions to the built environment industry in France. These include leading the design team for the Rapas pedestrian bridge → in Toulouse, working with Société du Grand Paris, Egis and Ingerop completing the reference designs for two new stations: Mairie d’Aubervilliers and Fort d’Aubervilliers, as part of the Grand Paris Express.

The practice also regularly collaborates on public design competitions including the Baillet Cultural Centre → in Drancy, and Puna’auia Cultural and Congress Centre → in Tahiti.

The studio is led by Kirsten Lees →, Declan McCafferty → and Alice Barrois.