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International Portfolio

John McAslan + Partners is a leading architectural practice based in London, with offices in Edinburgh and Sydney. An extensive portfolio of international award-winning projects includes infrastructure, hospitality, commercial, residential, education, cultural, heritage, urban design, and landscape sectors.

The practice has recently been appointed as part of a multi-disciplinary, international design team led by Laing O’Rourke to deliver the AU $955 million contract for the upgrade of Central Station, Sydney. The Central Station upgrade represents a step-change in the station’s functional, urban and cultural contributions to the city, providing significantly enhanced passenger connections to trains, buses, light rail and the new AU $20 billion plus Sydney Metro.

We have an established reputation for the imaginative regeneration of historic buildings - notable examples being the redevelopment of the historic Stanislavsky and Bolshevik factories in Moscow, the British Embassy in Algiers and the restoration of the Iron Market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Our international portfolio also includes twin residential towers in Istanbul and 16 projects in Doha, Qatar, including key landmark buildings such as a Cultural Forum, the first Mandarin Oriental to be constructed in the Middle East, a Park Hyatt hotel, a Mosque, a school and four Heritage House Museums.

The practice has a growing Russian portfolio, with several major projects currently on site, including a mixed use scheme on the former Mosfilm site, Phase 2 of the redevelopment of the historic Bolshevik Factory site, and a luxury residential development adjacent to the Kremlin. The practice’s Olympia Business Park in Moscow has won numerous awards - offering class 'A' office accommodation, it is home to the Russian HQ for BMW.

Other notable international projects include a masterplan for the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, Canada, a significant redevelopment of the British School in Rio de Janeiro, and an award-winning catholic cathedral in Kenya, as well as  the Kigali Memorial Centre in Rwanda (commemorating the 20th anniversary of the genocide) and school projects in Malawi and Uganda.

The practice has won over 150 international awards, including 25 RIBA Awards and three Europa Nostra Awards – the European Union’s prestigious prize for cultural heritage – and has been named Architectural Practice of the Year on a number of occasions.

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