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MJP Architects is a private Britishmarker architectural practice based in Spitalfields Londonmarker established in 1972 and chaired by Sir Richard MacCormac. The practice officially changed its name from MacCormac Jamieson Prichard to MJP Architects in June 2008.



MJP Architects have worked in a variety of sectors from early social housing schemes in Milton Keynes and several education projects at Oxford and Cambridge universities through to the training centre for Cable and Wireless in Coventry, the Wellcome Wing of the Science Museum in London, the Ruskin Library at the University of Lancaster, the Southwark underground station for the Jubilee Line Extension and the Coventry Phoenix Initiative. Recent projects include the Kendrew Quadrangle for St Johns College, Oxford; new staff accommodation and staff facilities for the British Embassy in Bangkok and university masterplans at Cambridge, Warwick, Birmingham and UCL.



Since October 2007, MJP Architects has been owned and ultimately controlled by its employees, through an Employee Benefit Trust.

Selected Works

File:StJohnsGardenQuad.jpg|St Johns College Oxford,Garden QuadrangleFile:BurrellsField.jpg|Burrells Field student accommodation, Trinity College, CambridgeFile:SouthwarkJLE.jpg|Southwark Station, Jubilee Line ExtensionFile:CoventryPhoenixIntiative-MJP.jpg|Coventry Phoenix InitiativeFile:WellcomeWing.jpg|Wellcome Wing, Science MuseumFile:PortsmouthBoathouse6.jpg|Portsmouth Boathouse 6File:LancasterLibrary-MJP.jpg|Lancaster University LibraryFile:PaternsoterWarwickCourt.jpg|Warwick Court, Paternoster SquareFile:StJohnsSeniorCommonRoom.jpg|Senior Common Room, St Johns College OxfordFile:WarwickMasterplan.jpg|University of Warwick Development PlanFile:WestCambridgeMasterplan.jpg|University of Cambridge, West Cambridge MasterplanFile:WellcomeWolfsonBuilding.jpg|Welcome Wolfson Building / Dana Centre, Science MuseumFile:BritishEmbassyBangkok.jpg|British Embassy Bangkok

File:BBCBroadcastingHouse.jpg|BBC Broadcasting House (Phase 1)File:BBC_Breathing.jpg|Jaume Plensa installation 'Breathing' at BBC Broadcasting House

Awards

  • 2006 English Partnerships Award for Partnership in Regeneration : Coventry Phoenix Initiative
  • 2004 Best Mixed Use Regeneration Project : Coventry Phoenix Initiative
  • 2004 RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist : Coventry Phoenix Initiative
  • 2000 Millennium Building of the Year : Southwark Station, Jubilee Line Extension
  • 1994 RFAC/Sunday Times Building of the Year : Cable & Wireless Technical College

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