Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners | RSHP

Graham Stirk - Senior Partner

Graham Stirk - Senior Partner

Graham’s approach to design embodies the key themes of our architectural language, and has resulted in projects such as Lloyd’s Register, One Hyde Park and The Leadenhall Building.

 

Graham Stirk joined the practice in 1983, was made a director in 1988, a senior director in 1995 and a senior partner in 2011. He has been involved in the design of a number of prestigious UK and worldwide projects often on complex sites. In 2007 the name of the practice was changed in recognition of his and Ivan Harbour’s contributions.

Graham – together with Ivan – 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.

Graham has brought innovative, rational and clear design leadership to many of the practice’s high-profile projects including an expansion to the Lloyd’s Register Headquarters in London; 88 Wood Street, an award-winning office development; Bodegas Protos, a winery in Peñafiel,   Spain and  World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre at The British Museum, all of which were shortlisted for the Stirling Prize in 2000, 2001, 2009 and 2017 respectively.

Graham also led the design for The Leadenhall Building in the City of London; NEO Bankside - 229 residential units next to Tate Modern in London; One Hyde Park - a luxury residential development in Knightsbridge. 

In addition, he has contributed to the design of several key masterplanning projects, including Potsdamer Platz, Berlin and Paddington Basin, London. 

More recent projects include apartments and galleries at    Burlington Gate, London and a new whisky distillery and associated facilities for The Macallan in Scotland.

Graham is currently leading the design of an extension to the British Library.