• RHWL joins Aedas

    7 February 2015

    Aedas today announces that UK architectural practice RHWL, and its specialist cultural and public building subsidiary Arts Team, has joined its global network. These units are now known as Aedas RHWL and Aedas Arts Team respectively. As part of the move, Peter Shaw joins the Global Board of Aedas and continues to lead Aedas RHWL whilst Barry Pritchard leads Aedas Arts Team.

    “RHWL has strong experience in urban planning and Peter Shaw, Keith Griffiths LRcommercial development in London and the UK and is one of the most prominent European arts and culture architects. Aedas RHWL will support our Asian clients and mixed commercial and residential work in London,” said Keith Griffiths, Chairman of Aedas. “We are also keen to work on arts and cultural commissions in the expanding Chinese market and will be introducing Aedas Arts Team to this territory.”

    Peter Shaw, Executive Director of Aedas RHWL said, “We are delighted to be joining Aedas and look forward to further developing our commercial and arts design skills in Europe, and bringing these skills to Asian markets through Aedas’ existing network. We believe the two practices share common values of design quality and delivering a high standard of service to clients, while having a complementary distribution of sector and geographic capability.”

    Prior to joining Aedas, RHWL has built a strong reputation for the design and delivery of varied projects across the UK, continental Europe and the Middle East for more than 50 years. The 50 strong practice has substantial experience in urban planning and commercial development and is one of the most prominent European arts and culture architects. Among more than 100 completed arts buildings, RHWL has been responsible for creating landmark developments such as the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield and Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London.

    The move strengthens Aedas’ ability to seek and deliver arts and cultural design commissions in its established markets in Asia, utilising Aedas RHWL’s substantial experience in this sector. Aedas RHWL will also contribute to the design and masterplanning of mixed commercial and residential work in London for Aedas’ existing and future clients.

    Aedas RHWL has offices in London, Berlin and Doha, and will join Aedas’ existing global network of 12 offices in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America.

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