The construction of a fifth terminal at London Heathrow, seen as critical to the airport’s continuing position as the busiest in Europe, was the subject of a limited competition in 1989.
Located to the south of the City of Antwerp and providing a focus to a new square, the court building unites eight distinct court services, creating 36 individual courtrooms and ancillary spaces under a distinctive sail-like roof.
NEO Bankside shortlisted for Stirling Prize
This high quality residential development occupies an important site offering great views of the Thames River, right next to the Tate Modern on Bankside.
This is one of the practice's most significant projects of recent years and marks a distinct phase in the design philosophy of the practice.
Barajas Airport attempts to civilise the often grim realities of contemporary air travel by treating its terminal building as a dignified public space.
RSHP win Louvre competition
Construction begins on new TfL building at The International Quarter