GSD Talks | Graham Stirk, “The Leadenhall Building”

Graham Stirk — together with Ivan Harbour and Richard Rogers — drives the design direction of the practice and is evolving the practice’s language of design to create sustainable and thought-provoking architecture for the future. His intellectually rigorous approach to the analysis and interpretation of a client brief and site informs the process and form of architecture to create functional, flexible and elegant buildings and spaces.

Stirk has brought innovative, rational and clear design leadership to many of the practice’s high profile projects. Recent projects include The Leadenhall Building in the City of London; 229 residential units next to Tate Modern in London; One Hyde Park, a luxurious residential development in Knightsbridge; and the World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre at The British Museum, a new wing that supports a wide range of Museum activities. He is currently leading the design of two airport projects in Lyon and Geneva, a residential scheme in Old Burlington Street, London and a new whisky distillery and associated facilities for The Macallan in Scotland. 

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