#johnremembers exhibition for the London Festival of Architecture 2017.
John Robertson Architects hosted 'Victorian Industrialist v Millennial Entrepreneur' as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2016.
Former home of BBC World Service, completes refurbishment.
MIPIM Awards Shortlist 'Best Refurbished Building'.
Contextual civic modernism is JRA’s “ethos”, says John Robertson, explaining how his longstanding interest in how buildings work within the city drives their designs.
Architecture & Water documentary. Part 1: A river runs through it.
Architecture & Water documentary. Part 2: Gentrification machine?
Architecture & Water documentary. Part 3: Water park
John Robertson introduces JRA’s reworking of 10 Queen Street Place, a riverside groundscraper on Southwark Bridge.
One Great St Helens is a case study in how JRA mediates between the varied contexts which make up the City of London.
Drawing “translates our thoughts and is the vehicle for communicating with the world”, says John Robertson.
John Robertson explains how the City of London’s history as a trading centre and changing patterns of commerce and lifestyle inform JRA’s vision for the City in 2050.
Great Arthur House in Clerkenwell is one of London’s most striking and successful examples of social housing.
JRA Directors Festus Moffat and John Robertson explain how JRA's technical capability and understanding of complex infrastructure is helping to deliver Europe's largest construction project.