Sir Nicholas Grimshaw – interview series & live QnA!

Exclusive videos & your chance to pitch your questions to Sir Nicholas!

We pride ourselves on bringing you the know-how and expertise from the best in the creative industries and our next video series is no exception, featuring our groundbreaking NOISE Festival 2014 Curator for Architecture, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw. 

You might know his work, having been the man behind some of Britain’s most iconic modern architecture, such as The Eden Project in Cornwall and Waterloo International Railway Station in London. The recipient of a RIBA for his design of the Financial Times print works in 1989, Sir Nicholas has won over one hundred awards for his architecture and civic design. Most recently, Sir Nicholas was one of the five architects featured on the BBC Four documentary "The Brits who Built the Modern World".

Via Verde, New York - Courtesy of Grimshaw Architects

In the exclusive video series, Sir Nicholas discusses everything from feeling lost at eighteen years old before realising architecture was for him, to building the block of flats at 125 Park Road when he had nowhere to live, to giving you advice on choosing the right firm. He also outlines what he’ll be looking for in your NOISE Festival 2014 submissions. 

Watch the videos!



Your Go

On Monday 14th April 2014 Sir Nicholas will host an exclusive, interactive Q&A “webinar” session with 8 NOISE artists, all broadcast live online. To be in with a chance of winning one of the 8 places, artists are selected from the best NOISE Festival Architecture submissions to date. 

Sir Nicholas with NOISE Artist, Mustafa Raee

If you’re an up and coming architect, submit your work to NOISE Festival 2014, now.

Don’t say we never gave you anything, during the NOISE FESTIVAL 2014 Call for Entries. 

 More webinar info right here
Plus, watch went down during our webinar in January with Elaine Constantine...