Witherford Watson Mann Architects

Description

Witherford Watson Mann Architects was established in 2001. Its most notable building, Astley Castle for the Landmark Trust, won the 2013 RIBA Stirling Prize for its innovative entwining of past and present.

The practice’s work ranges from collaboration with artists to public spaces, from historic building renovation to urban strategies. Current projects at Witherford Watson Mann Architects include refurbishments of major London art galleries and museums, new university accommodation, office workspace buildings and housing for older people.