Farrell, Terry

Terry Farrell (born 1939)

Farrell was born in 1939 in Sale, Cheshire. He is an English architect and is known for his combination of high tech and post-modernism. His buildings frequently include humour, a hallmark of post-modernism. He graduated from University of Newcastle School of Architecture. In 1965 he founded his first practice. Now Farrells, has projects all over the world.

Awards for Terry Farrell

  • AIA Award for Urban Design, 1994
  • Ambrose Congreve Award, 1984
  • Architectural Design Project Awards, 1982, 1982, 1983
  • Architectural Ironmonger Specification Competition, 1996, 1997
  • British Construction Industry Awards, 2004, 2005
  • British Council for Offices Award, 1994
  • BURA Best Practice Award, 1999
  • Business and Industry Awards, 1977, 1981


Important works by Terry Farrell 

  • Blackwall Tunnel Ventilation Towers, London
  • Clifton Nurseries, Covent Garden, London
  • TV-am building, Camden Town, London
  • MI6 building, London
  • Embankment Place at Charing Cross Station in London
  • Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Scotland
  • The Peak Tower, Hong Kong
  • British Consulate & British Council building, Hong Kong
  • International Centre for Life, Newcastle
  • The Deep aquarium or 'Submarium', Hullincheon
  • International Airport, Seoul
  • Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing
  • Modernisation of New Delhi Railway Station