Terry Farrell Architecture Edinburgh, Scotland, Photos, Architect Project Images

Terry Farrell Edinburgh Architecture

Scottish Projects + Buildings, UK Masterplans and Architectural Designs

Terry Farrell in Scotland

Paperback 96 pp (Aug 2002) Publisher: Tuckwell Press ISBN: 1862322759

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Current news items re the architect at the base of this page after some of his buildings in Edinburgh:

The Exchange Edinburgh, Edinburgh’s Central Business District
Terry Farrell, Edinburgh
aerial photo © Sean Gallagher

EICC The Exchange, The Exchange, Morrison St
Dates built: 1994-95
Powerful monolithic drum-shaped building, a key element in masterplan to revitalise this former industrial backland.
Terry Farrell
picture © Adrian Welch

Sheraton Hotel Health Club, Conference Square
Date built: 2000
At last a bit of colour in this restrained part of Edinburgh: a slim rectilinear building amidst the postmodern seriousness.
Terry Farrell, Edinburgh
photograph : David Churchill

Dean Gallery, 73 Belford Rd
Date built: 1999
Refurbishment of former Orphanage
Sir Terry Farrell
picture © Tim Soar

Landform at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (SNGMA)
Former John Watson’s School by Burn
Dates built: 2001-02
Terry Farrell Scotland
picture © Adrian Welch
Masterplan includes Landform Charles Jencks Earthworks

Ocean Point, adj. Ocean Terminal, Leith Docks

Terry Farrell Leith
picture © Adrian Welch

Terry Farrell projects around the globe are featured on the e-architect website.

Unbuilt Developments

Shawfair Project, southeast Edinburgh – this got postponed by the economic crash of 2008-09:
South East Wedge

New Town, Tranent, East Lothian – not started at time of writing in 2016, but apparently imminent.
New Town, Tranent, East Lothian masterplan architecture
picture from architect office

Feb 2004 News:
Terry Farrell: Design Tsar Chosen

Terry Farrell Building
picture © Adrian Welch
Sir Terry began his new role as Edinburgh’s ‘design champion’ on 03.02.04 by calling for a rethink of the city’s streetscape.

Terry Farrell – architect of some major Edinburgh projects – to be
‘figurehead for the city’s attempts to improve new architecture’:
Riccardo Marini announced as Sir Terry Farrell’s (Design Champion) officer
05.02.04; 20.01.04.

Sir Terry Farrell, CBE, RIBA, FRSA, FCSD, MRTPI (born 12 May 1938) is a British architect and urban designer. In 1980, after working 15 years in partnership with Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Farrell founded his own firm, Farrells. He garnered a strong reputation for contextual urban design schemes, as well as exuberant works of postmodernism such as the MI6 building.

In 1991 his practice expanded internationally, opening an office in Hong Kong. In Asia his firm designed KK100 in Shenzhen, the tallest building ever designed by a British architect, as well as Guangzhou South Railway Station, once the largest railway station in Asia.

Farrell is a prominent voice in British architecture and planning. At the 2013 invitation of Ed Vaizey, the Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, his firm commenced the Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment meant to offer expert guidance on the direction of British architecture.

source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Farrell_(architect)

Farrells are internationally recognised architect planners. We have designed award-winning buildings and masterplans throughout the world for over half a century. Our specialism is high quality, mixed-use urban complexes, often based around transport interchanges. We are responsive, imaginative and skilled in design and have a passion for environmental sustainability, using resources wisely and creating resilient communities.

source: http://farrells.com/practice/

Terry Farrell Building News
Former Power Station site, London, England
The Lots Road Power Station development is to contain 821 homes & shops. Two residential towers have been designed by Terry Farrell & Partners either side of the redeveloped Lots Road Power Station, which was built in 1904. In early 2006 Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott over-ruled a previous planning refusal allowing the development to proceed.

Terry Farrell & Partners

Key Far East Project:
The Peak Tower Hong Kong
Dates: 1991-95
Terry Farrell Architects

English Projects – UK Buildings:
Tobacco Dock renewal, Pennington St, London E1
Date built: 1990

Scottish Capital Building Designs

Contemporary Scottish Capital Property Designs – recent architectural selection below:

Edinburgh Walking Tours

Scottish Parliament Building

Edinburgh House

Buildings / photos for the Terry Farrell Architecture in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, page welcome