Fulton Center →
New York, NY
Situated in the heart of Lower Manhattan, Fulton Center is designed to be a catalyst for the redevelopment of the area.
Heathrow Vision →
Grimshaw have been chosen as the concept designers to bring Heathrow’s vision for expansion to life, after a rigorous assessment from a shortlist of four of the UK’s top architects.
Pulkovo Airport →
As a gateway to the unique experience of St Petersburg, the new terminal for Pulkovo Airport represents the city’s rich cultural heritage.
Southern Cross Station →
Grimshaw was appointed to work in collaboration with local practice Jackson Architecture on the reorganisation and expansion of Southern Cross Station.
Bijlmer ArenA Station →
Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA Station is situated on the southeast of the city along the main line to Utrecht next to the 60,000 seat Amsterdam Arena.
Via Verde – The Green Way →
New York, NY
The building consists of a 20-storey tower, a mid-rise building with duplex apartments and town-houses.
Tensilation Modular Canopy System →
Offering flexible arrangement and the strength of a unified structure, the Tensilation canopy system is both durable and flexible.
Reading Station →
Characterised by its sweeping roof element, easy navigation and increased passenger capacity, the redevelopment has created a coherent transport terminal.
Thermae Bath Spa →
Thermae Bath Spa brings together traditional and contemporary architecture to form a revitalised complex in the city’s spa quarter.
The Eden Project: The Biomes →
The second phase of The Eden Project’s development refers to the 'biomes', a sequence of eight inter-linked geodesic transparent domes.
The Curragh Racecourse →
Grimshaw’s design redevelops the renowned Irish venue with a master plan that provides world-class facilities while respecting the unique landscape that gives Curragh its identity.
Horno³ : Museo del Acero →
Grimshaw’s design for the resulting Museo Del Acero Horno3 has created a vessel for the museum, part of the 140 ha Parque Fundidora in which it sits.
Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science →
A planetarium and a "Living Core" combining an aquarium and wildlife centre that contains a microcosm of South Florida’s animal, fish and plant species.
Duke University West campus Union Renovation →
Duke’s new West Campus Student Union provides a vibrant place for students to relax, eat and socialise.
699 Bourke Street →
This quality office accommodation occupies the over-rail deck and provides a new connection between Melbourne’s CBD and Docklands.
Contemporary Art Museum for the Vehbi Koç Foundation →
This competition-winning project for the Vehbi Koç Foundation in Istanbul creates a 13,000 sq m showcase for its diverse collection of artistic works.
London School of Economics, New Academic Building →
The New Academic Building bridges the urban environment of Kingsway to the west and the open space of Lincoln's Inn Fields to the east.
The Eden Project Master Plan →
The Eden Project endeavours to recognise our country’s heritage of plant exploration while simultaneously looking to the future.
Rolls-Royce Manufacturing Plant & Headquarters →
Reusing a derelict site for rural industry, the project gives a 50,000 sq m building that regenerates its surroundings, making a positive impact on the landscape and the local economy.
Nine Elms Over Site Development →
Part of the wider redevelopment of Nine Elms, this mixed-use scheme creates new housing, office and retail spaces.
Paddington Over Site Development →
The fifteen-storey building responds to the triangular site and the two main perimeter elements: rail tracks and the Grand Union Canal.
The Eden Project: The Core →
Hand in hand with its role as a visitor attraction is the Eden Project’s commitment to education.
The St Botolph Building →
On a site that is a key gateway to the City of London, The St Botolph Building is a decidedly adaptable commercial development.
Stoke on Trent City Centre Bus Station →
Known historically for its rich resources of coal and clay, Stoke’s recent plans for the regeneration of its city centre aim to return the region to prosperity.
Dulwich College Laboratory →
The first stage of a master plan for Dulwich College, this new laboratory building replaces an outdated 1950s building to create spaces for educational excellence.
University College London Cancer Institute: Paul O'Gorman Building →
This highly transparent and accessible new Cancer Institute for the University is a signature building, designed to attract first-rate study.
Herman Miller Factory →
Situated on the River Avon, this industrial facility for Herman Miller was Grimshaw’s first development for the company. The design of the project provided flexibility and improved staff amenities, while also reflecting the sensitive context of its location.
British Pavilion Expo 1992 →
Expressing the ‘Spirit of Britain’ at Seville’s Expo ’92, this elegant, efficient pavilion for Britain created a cool and restful place to discover the Expo’s ‘Age of Discovery’ theme.
Homebase Superstore →
The expansive 4,180 sq m Homebase Superstore in Brentford provides a large, column-free structure and maximises space for customer car parking.
Croton Water Filtration Plant →
New York, NY
Croton is the city’s first water filtration facility and addresses the growing need for sustainable water strategies.
Crossrail Architectural Components →
Drawing on the expertise of its multi-disciplinary team of architects, engineers and product designers, the Crossrail components introduce a consistent look and feel to the central London stations.
MTA Flood Mitigation →
New York, NY
Grimshaw’s design solution brings together public amenity and flood mitigation.
Lloyds Banking Group Headquarters →
One of the City of London’s few ‘island’ sites, 25 Gresham Street provides a commercially successful speculative development that respects its historic location.
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center →
St. Louis, MO
Creating a sustainable facility devoted to improving humanity through plant science, the Donald Danforth Plant and Science Centre is designed as an open, accessible working environment.