Three of our works are exhibited in the 250th Summer Exhibition, and our 'Intangible' model is on display in 'The Great Spectacle'. More.
Tintagel House on Albert Embankment in Vauxhall, has opened following a major refurbishment. More.
Mailbox was among winning projects at the RIBA West Midlands Awards ceremony. More.
Discussions with sketches, drawings, 3D and physical models allows everyone to engage with the design of spaces and contribute to the creative process. More.
The Musee d'arts de Nantes has won an RIBA Award for for International Excellence. More.
Victoria Hall King's Cross was among projects awarded for architectural exellence. More.
Victoria Hall in King’s Cross and The Mailbox in Birmingham have been shortlisted respectively for two of this year’s RIBA Regional Awards. More.
Stanton Williams has designed a pavilion for Interni Magazine at Fuorisalone, Milan Design Week. More.
We spoke to Interni Magazine about our design concept for the Baldacchino pavilion at Interni: House in Motion at Fuorisalone, Milan Design Week. View the video here.
Mayor of London grants outline planning permission for UCL’s east London campus. More.
Stanton Williams receive planning permission for mixed use scheme in Covent Garden. More.
Here in our workshop, Artemis is sealing a machined master to create a mold for casting a component of our Intangible model. More.
The new Simon Sainsbury Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School opens to students. More.
Doriano Chiarparin is participating in the Legal & General Cycle to MIPIM charity challenge. More.
Stanton Williams' King’s Cross project named as 'Award' winner of the Student Housing Category.
Apollo Magazine names Musée d'arts de Nantes as Museum Opening of the Year. More.
Awards programme aims to drive better design that will improve hotel experiences for disabled and able-bodied guests
Great Ormond Street Hospital celebrates Topping Out of The Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children More.
Stanton Williams' project wins the Best Public-Use Project with Public Funding category. More.
Curator Vanessa Norwood discusses our recent collaboration with the British Council, Albania. More.
This is, for us, the best way to develop and understand subtle and complex spaces and forms, whilst helping both clients and collaborators to fully visualise the finished space. More.
The studio travelled to France to visit the city for a weekend study trip.
The cultural project wins in the 'Restoration and Renovation' and 'Exhibition' categories.
The renovation and extension of the Musée d'arts de Nantes is featured in Blueprint Magazine. More.
Stanton Williams has designed the world's first clinic to offer an integrated approach to wellness and beauty. More.
“Drawing by hand as well as model making put the designer into haptic contact with the object or space.” Juhani Pallasmaa More.
The mixed-use retail destination has been shortlisted for the Blueprint and Architects' Journal awards. More.
Join Stanton Williams’ talk and walking tour of key worker housing at the North West Cambridge development. More.
Stanton Williams' have completed the €48.8 million transformation of the Nantes institution. More.
ArchiBooks publish a new book offering an insight into the development of the project. More.
Stanton Williams' Oxford project receives RIBA National Award 2017. More.
Stanton Williams exhibits work in the Architecture Room curated by Farshid Moussavi. More.
The Lighterman recognised in the Hotels & Hospitality category More.
Stanton Williams' design for the Musée d'arts de Nantes has been shortlisted in the Culture category. More.
Stanton Williams receives planning approval by CMK Town Council for a new building in Campbell Park.
Stanton Williams welcomes guests to Victoria Hall King's Cross. More.
Stanton Williams' Oxford project receives Regional Award and Building of the Year. More.
Tom Dyckhoff in conversation with Stanton Williams. More.
Exhibition reveals the story behind the transformation of Musée d'arts de Nantes. More.
Read Patrick Richard's essay on the ideas behind the transformation of the museum. More.
We are sharing new & unseen images of the Musée d'arts de Nantes on Instagram. More.
Stanton Williams' design for a new bar and restaurant in King's Cross has been shortlisted in the Hotels & Hospitality category More.
Alan Stanton and Paul Williams to give the first RIBA Lecture at the Buckinghamshire Society of Architects in Milton Keynes. More.
Stanton Williams shortlisted for two RIBA Regional Awards More.
The Berrow Foundation Building at Lincoln College Oxford has received an AIA UK Excellence in Design Award 2017. More.
Second glass entrance at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station opens More.
Stanton Williams granted planning permission for redevelopment of Tintagel House in London. More.
The Mailbox in Birmingham has been shortlisted for a Design Week Award. More.
Stanton Williams’ transformation of Musée d'arts de Nantes is set to complete in June 2017.
Stanton Williams appointed to design new pavilion building in Milton Keynes More.
New and updated visualisations of Stanton Williams' designs published today. More.
Stanton Williams welcomes guests to new student accommodation in King's Cross. More.
'Place, Time + Architecture' opens at Bristol Architecture Centre, featuring Stanton Williams' the city's House of Fraser store. More.
Stanton Williams Director joins judging panel for the international Bespoke Access Awards, run by the RIBA and Bespoke Hotels. More.
Sainsbury Laboratory opens its doors for the annual Open Cambridge festival. More.
Glass Entrances at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station features in the 'Architects' Visions for London' exhibition. More.
UCL announces architect design winners for two sites at its new UCL East campus More.
Riverwalk, a residential development on the River Thames designed by Stanton Williams, is now complete. More.
Stanton Williams Director Alan Stanton discusses the newly completed Riverwalk project in London. More.
Stanton Williams has won the international design competition to design a new building. More.
Paul Williams explains the team's response to the competition brief. More.
Join Stanton Williams' walking tour around King's Cross at this year's London Festival of Architecture.
Two Stanton Williams projects have been shortlisted for awards at the international World Architecture and INSIDE Festivals. More.
Stanton Williams are exhibiting three pieces at this year's Royal Academy Summer Show, which opens today. More.
We are sponsoring the Architects Pride Breakfast, which launches the Architecture LGBT+ network.
Waddesdon Bequest Gallery shortlisted for New London Award.
Peter Murray has retired after 25 years in the practice, and 10 as a director. More.
Gavin Henderson discusses the importance of making models during the design process. More.
The Waddesdon Bequest Gallery at the British Museum has been shortlisted in the 2016 RIBA London Awards. More.
Stanton Williams’ design for a unique residential development in London is nearly complete More.
Patrick Richard will be 'In Conversation' with Tom Dyckhoff at next weeks' Architect@Work event. More.
Stanton Williams’ transformation of the Mailbox, a major retail-led mixed used destination in Birmingham, has opened. More.
Introducing school students to the built environment industry through public education outreach programmes. More.
Hackney Marshes Centre wins London Planning Award for Best Project Five Years On. More.
We share three of our museum projects for this year's Twitter campaign #MuseumWeek. More.
Stanton Williams receive D&AD Awards for Waddesdon Bequest and Giacometti: Pure Presence. More.
Stanton Williams have been shortlisted for high profile Swiss laboratory. More.
Read about the concept behind Stanton Williams' design for the new Waddesdon Bequest Gallery. More.
Stanton Williams took part in this year's 10x10 London event in support of the built environment charity Article 25 More.
The new South entrance at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station, designed by Stanton Williams, opens today. More.
Hand sketches are an integral part of our studio culture, so we were proud to sponsor the Big Draw, the world's biggest drawing festival.
Giacometti: Pure Presence opens at London's National Portrait Gallery. More.
The Sainsbury Laboratory is one of three case studies examined at this year's RIBA Research Symposium on 17 November. More.
The first phase of Stanton Williams' Cambridge Judge Business School has started on site. More.
Fitzroy Park House features in Channel 4's Grand Designs: RIBA House of the Year More.
Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children at Great Ormond Street Hospital is announced at naming ceremony. More.
Stanton Williams' King's Cross Square has received a commendation at the 2015 Blueprint Magazine Awards. More.
Stanton Williams welcomed the public into the studio for this year's Open House. More.
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Fitzroy Park House and King's Cross Square are shortlisted for NLA Awards 2015. More.
Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre plays host to the 2015 EuroHockey Championships. More.
Director Patrick Richard presents our designs for the new Tottenham Court Road Underground entrances at Design Junction. More.
RIBA Journal has featured an interview with Director Peter Murray on 'communication and community, success and succession'. More.
Stanton Williams hosted a Lego challenge workshop the annual Archikids Festival. More.
Stanton Williams has designed a new gallery within the British Museum to house the Waddesdon Bequest. More.
Stanton Williams are taking part in RIBA London's Architecture Open show at Pop Brixton as part of the London Festival of Architecture. More.
Three Stanton Williams projects are on show at the Summer Exhibition - the world's oldest open-submission exhibition. More.
Director Patrick Richard explains the process behind the transformation of the Musée d'Art de Nantes in a new film by Crane.tv. More.
Stanton Williams have designed the gallery space for the new exhibition, Bridget Riley: The Curve Paintings 1961-2014, at the De La Warr Pavilion. More.
Process is a series of publications that document the projects of Stanton Williams, from conception to realisation. More.