John McAslan + Partners has won in excess of 150 international awards, including some 25 RIBA Awards, and has been named Architectural Practice of the Year and World Architect of the Year on a number of occasions. The practice has also won three Europa Nostra Awards, the EU’s Prize for Cultural Heritage, and is the recipient of the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade).
Recently collocated in NSW and working on high profile transport projects, senior members of the practice have experience in the design and delivery of several significant projects in Australia, including urban, road, rail and mixed use sectors. John McAslan + Partners has an established reputation for major infrastructure projects, including the acclaimed transformation of King’s Cross Station (which has won some 30 international awards), the redevelopment of Bond Street Station for Crossrail and the ambitious Belfast Transport Hub for Translink.
Recently won cultural projects include the refurbishment of the Burrell Collection in Glasgow and a new National Collections Facility for the National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh, while the practice’s education portfolio includes new facilities for one of London’s leading schools - St Paul’s Girls’ School in London - as well as three major commissions for Lancaster University - the new Engineering Building, the Charles Carter Building and the Postgraduate Statistics Centre.
The practice’s international portfolio includes the redevelopment of the historic Bolshevik and Stanislavsky factories in Moscow, the British Embassy in Algiers and the restoration of the Iron Market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, as well as 16 projects in Doha, Qatar, such as the Msheireb Museums and Mosque, the Cultural Forum and a Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Other notable international projects include a current masterplan for the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, Canada, a significant redevelopment of the British School in Rio de Janeiro, a multiple award-winning cathedral west of Nairobi, the Kigali Memorial Centre in Rwanda and school projects in Malawi and Uganda.