This RIBA Lecture is the first of what the Buckinghamshire Society of Architects plans to be an annual event, with speakers from well-known and inspirational architects with a connection to the county.
Alan Stanton and Paul Williams are the founders of the multi-award winning architectural design practice Stanton Williams. The practice has developed its portfolio from an initial focus on museums and galleries towards a wide variety of projects, including architecture, urban design, master planning, exhibition and interior design in the UK and abroad.
In 2012, the practice won the RIBA Stirling Prize for the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge. Recently-completed work in London includes the new entrances to Tottenham Court Road Underground Station, and Riverwalk, a new residential development on theRiver Thames.
Current projects include the new Museum of London at West Smithfield and the Musée d’Art in Nantes, which is due to complete in June this year. Stanton Williams has also been commissioned to design the new pavilion at Campbell Park in Milton Keynes.