Terry Pawson Architects



Terry Pawson Architects was established in London at the beginning of 2001 and the practice is committed to the delivery of quality architecture. From the theoretical abstraction of the design concept, to the resolution and refinement of the most modest constructed detail, the process of producing a building becomes an act of balance between the two poles of conceptual clarity and building pragmatism.

Terry develops the architectural intention for each project as an iterative process in discussion with the client. This results in the work being a very personal response to the issues of context, aesthetics, materiality, and the pragmatic challenges set by the brief.

Designs are conceived and developed in three dimensions, and the practice now integrates construction and design information using Building Information Modeling (BIM).

In addition to acting as an Architect, Terry has also worked in an advisory capacity for a number of public and arts clients; including the Northern Architecture Centre in Newcastle, the Arts in Perpetuity Trust in London, Orleans House Gallery in Richmond, the National Fire Museum proposed for Northampton, the Barbara Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield, Corpus Christi College, Oxford and Worcester College, Oxford. He has also taught in universities and schools of architecture in Britain and Europe.

Recently built projects designed by the practice include, the €150m Linz Opera House in Austria, and the €18m Centre for Contemporary Art & George Bernard Shaw Thea­tre, Carlow, Ireland. Both projects were won in open, anonymous international design competitions.



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Terry Pawson Architects

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