“The Market Buildings, once a place for trading goods will become places for trading ideas.” More.
Join us on a tour around Cambridge with the Architecture Foundation More.
We have been appointed to deliver a major new library and creative hub in the heart of Clermont-Ferrand, France More.
We are pleased to announce that two of our projects have won the prestigious prize More.
Simon Sainsbury Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School was among winning projects at the RIBA East Awards ceremony More.
Royal Opera House 'Open Up' was among winning projects at the RIBA London Awards ceremony More.
Simon Sainsbury Centre, Cambridge Judge Business School, wins two Civic Trust Awards More.
EU Mies Award 2019 Exhibition of shortlisted projects opens in Barcelona More.
Three Stanton Williams projects shortlisted for the 2019 RIBA Regional Awards More.
The Musee d'arts de Nantes has been shortlisted for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019 More.
The gallery houses the museum's Islamic collection, dating from the 7th century to the present day. More.
The site will be home to globally renowned Annecy International Animation Film Festival More.
We have always been passionate about making models, sometimes even at a very large scale, and see them as essential design tools.
Patrick Richard is a Visiting Professor at ENSA Nantes More.
'Spellbound: Magic, Ritual & Witchcraft', a temporary exhibition designed by Stanton Williams. More.
This is our carefully chosen palette of materials: American walnut, bronze metalwork and marble.
The Cambridge Judge Business School building is a finalist in the 'Higher Education Project of the Year' category More.
The ‘Open Up’ project delivers a Royal Opera House for the 21st Century. More.
Cambridge Judge Business School and Mailbox have been shortlisted More.
Stanton Williams is the first UK practice to be recognised with a dedicated issue More.
We often photograph our models and then sketch over them to explore ideas and make design decisions.
This follows the project's RIBA London Award win in May More.
Concept diagrid façade studies made of phosphor bronze in our Workshop.
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.
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.
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.