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Industry:Architecture
Founded:1985
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Stanton Williams's estimated annual revenue is currently $42.3M per year.(?)
  • Stanton Williams's estimated revenue per employee is $323,000

Employee Data

  • Stanton Williams has 131 Employees.(?)
  • Stanton Williams grew their employee count by 7% last year.
  • Stanton Williams currently has 1 job openings.

Stanton Williams is a multi-award winning architectural design practice based in London. The studio was founded by Alan Stanton and Paul Williams in 1985 and has now a team of over 90, with four directors (Alan Stanton, Paul Williams, Gavin Henderson and Patrick Richard), two associate directors and fifteen associates. Stanton Williams has successfully completed over 350 architectural, urban design, master-planning, exhibition and interior design projects, winning more than 90 international and regional awards, including the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize for the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge. The practice has developed its portfolio from an initial focus on museums and galleries towards a wide variety of projects, all of which demonstrate its overarching objective of putting the user's experience of space, light and materials at the forefront of the agenda, as well as creating places that sensitively respond to their cultural, social and physical context. Current projects include: UCL East Marshgate, a new university campus in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; the Royal Opera House's Open Up' project; a research building for Great Ormond Street Hospital; and the British Museum's Albukhary Foundation Gallery of the Islamic World. Recently completed recent projects include: The Simon Sainsbury Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School; and Musée d'arts de Nantes in France, one of the largest Fine Art museums outside Paris. Other notable projects include: The Stirling Prize-winning Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge; Tintagel House in Vauxhall; Victoria Hall King's Cross; Compton Verney Art Gallery; and Eton Manor, designed for the London 2012 Olympics. Details on all of Stanton Williams' projects can be found online: www.stantonwilliams.com

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