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Our station at Barking Riverside was commended in the Building Beauty Awards this month. The judges were impressed by the elegance and discipline of the design, citing the distinct Corten facade as a spectacle for the users.
The 2023 AJ Awards shortlist has been announced and we are very proud to be part of the awards with two projects. We are finalists with Barking Riverside and Paddington Elizabeth Line Station both in the Infrastructure and Transport Project category!
shortlist has been announced and we are very proud to be part of the 2023 festival with two projects. We are finalists with both the Metro Tunnel Project in the Future Projects Infrastructure category, and Woolwich Elizabeth Line Station in Completed Buildings Transport category." >
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) shortlist has been announced and we are very proud to be part of the 2023 festival with two projects. We are finalists with both the Metro Tunnel Project in the Future Projects Infrastructure category, and Woolwich Elizabeth Line Station in Completed Buildings Transport category.
shortlist has been announced and we are very proud to be part of the 2023 festival with Metro Tunnel Project in the Future Projects Infrastructure category. Currently under construction, twin nine-kilometre tunnels and five new underground stations will connect Melbourne’s northwest and southeast districts, transforming the way people move around the city and improve access to key landmarks and destinations." >
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) shortlist has been announced and we are very proud to be part of the 2023 festival with Metro Tunnel Project in the Future Projects Infrastructure category. Currently under construction, twin nine-kilometre tunnels and five new underground stations will connect Melbourne’s northwest and southeast districts, transforming the way people move around the city and improve access to key landmarks and destinations.
We are delighted to announce we have a second project on the World Architecture Festival (WAF) shortlist this year as part of the 2023 festival; with Woolwich Elizabeth Line Station featuring in the Completed Buildings: Transport category.
Paddington and Woolwich Elizabeth station have been honoured at this year’s Civic Trust Awards, with the Special Award for Transportation and Infrastructure, the first time this has been awarded to two projects.
Our Paddington Elizabeth Line Station has been shortlisted for another award! This shortlisting in the New London Awards Transport and Infrastructure category recognises the way this station has supported transformation and growth in Paddington, and celebrated the old and new through a sensitive station design.
We are delighted to be a finalist in 2022 Building Design Architect of the Year Awards for Public Building Architect of the Year. This award reflects our practice’s aim to create and connect sustainable places for people, evidenced across our global work.
WW+P has just received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) in recognition of our outstanding international growth; successfully exporting our experience designing some of the UK’s most significant city-shaping projects to Australia, North America and the Far East.