Tag Nicholas Grimshaw

Nicholas Grimshaw

22-11-2013

Nicholas Grimshaw

Floornature interviews British architect Nicholas Grimshaw who has been invited by the Italcementi company to lecture at the Università La Sapienza in Rome as part of the Incontri Millennium event. Nicholas Grimshaw was born in England in 1939 and is one of the most original practitioners of high-tech architecture, attentive to the world of technology yet sensitive to the issue of energy conservation and the relationship between the building and nature.

Nicholas Grimshaw

22-11-2013

Nicholas Grimshaw

Herzog & de Meuron - VitraHaus, Germany

18-03-2010

Herzog & de Meuron - VitraHaus, Germany

The VitraHaus opened recently: a building designed by Herzog & de Meuron to host Vitra's Home Collection of contemporary design items and new versions of classic designs intended for a residential clientele.

Ijburg Bridge. Amsterdam. Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners. 2001

05-07-2007

Ijburg Bridge. Amsterdam. Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners. 2001

Eleven thousand square meters of surface area constructed at a cost of eighteen million Pounds: these are the numbers relating to the two bridges created inside the Ijburg complex, a new area of expansion in the city of Amsterdam.

E.I.H.M.S., University of Surrey, Guilford, UK

24-05-2004

E.I.H.M.S., University of Surrey, Guilford, UK

Project: European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences Architects: Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners Ltd - Chris Nash Location: University del Surrey, Guildford, UK Client: University of Surrey, E.I.H.M.S. Date commissioned: September 1996 Date completed: November 1999 Dimensions: 7,500 sq. m Cost: £ 8,4M Project Director: Kenny Fraser Structural Engineers: Alan Baxter Associates Project Management: Huntley Cartwright Plant engineering: Slender Winter Partners Planning consultants: Robert Shaw & Partners Landscaping: Mark Westcott Acoustic engineering: Tim Smith Façade consultants: Montresor Partnership

Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners, <br>

28-11-2002

Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners,
"The Eden Project", Cornwall, Great Britain

Man has intervened twice in St. Austell, Cornwall. The first time, in a process that now seems to us to be legitimate, he took the goods of the earth. A clay quarry changed nature, altering the landscape and wounding it irretrievably.

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