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WilkinsonEyre: Art, Science & Nature

Wilkinson Eyre

The Architects Series – A Documentary on: WilkinsonEyre is the twenty-first episode in the exhibition format series curated by the THE PLAN magazine for Iris Ceramica Group. This episode features a lecture given by the firm’s co-founder Jim Eyre, who honors and commemorates fellow co-founder Chris Wilkinson (1945-2021), whose early passing has left an indelible mark on everyone’s memory.

Based in London, WilkinsonEyre is an international architecture studio founded by Chris Wilkinson and Jim Eyre in 1999. Its portfolio includes numerous award-winning projects, both nationally and internationally. The studio base their approach on the conscious use of technology and materials, integrating contemporary architecture with an awareness of setting. Incorporating aesthetic values, innovative technologies, and avant-garde structures, the projects created across three studios – London, Hong Kong and Sydney – cover a huge range of sectors, including cultural, sports and leisure, educational, infrastructure, residential, office developments, and masterplans.

With a conscious design approach that pays attention to all the details, the firm has won numerous awards, including the prestigious RIBA Lubetkin Prize for both the Guangzhou International Finance Center and the cooled conservatories at Gardens by the Bay, and the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture for the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and Magna.

"Our projects give us scope to fulfil our love of design, and to make a worthwhile contribution to society. Each project is an opportunity to explore new ideas, and to try and build good architecture."
Chris Wilkinson


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