Colin Stansfield-Smith, Hampshire Architect, English Architecture, UK Building Design Projects

Colin Stansfield-Smith Architecture

Contemporary British Architects Practice: Southern English Design Office Info

page updated 3 June 2023

Colin Stansfield-Smith – Key Projects

Major Architectural Projects, alphabetical:

Queens Inclosure, Hampshire, Southeast England, UK
Date built: 1993
Hampshire County Council Architect’s Department
RIBA Awards : RIBA Award National overall winner Date built: 1990

University of Portsmouth Masterplan, Southeast England, UK
Date built: 1993

Woodlea Primary School, Bordon, Hampshire, Southeast England, UK
Date built: 1993
Hampshire County Council Architect’s Department
RIBA Award National overall winner 1993

Kemsley County Primary School, Bordon, Hampshire, Southeast England, UK
Kemsley County Primary School by Colin Stansfield-Smith Architects
photo : Richard Dorrell / Kemsley County Primary School

Kemsley County Primary School The school opened 2004, and cost £3.5 million. This new build design project was the result of a collaboration with architect Sir Colin Stansfield-Smith.

The contemporary design made extensive use of sustainable sources of timber for the timber-framed construction and the timber cladding.

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Location: Hampshire, England, UK

Hampshire Architect Practice Information

Architect based in Hampshire, England. Practice famous for a series of respected schools in the 1980s, quite influential at the time – restrained contemporary architecture.

Born in 1932, died in 2013.

Education: University of Cambridge

Key Award: Royal Gold Medal

The architect worked in various architect’s offices, including the LCC and the GLC in London. From 1971 to 1973, he was Deputy County Architect at Cheshire County Council, Northwest England, under the directorship of Jack Whittle.

He was appointed CBE in 1988, was awarded the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 1991, and was knighted “for services to Architecture” in 1993.

He was head of the celebrated Hampshire County Architects Department from 1973 to 1992. During that period, the work of his office became well known worldwide, especially for its new school buildings within the county.

He became a Professor of Architecture at the School of Architecture at the University of Portsmouth, England, in 1992, and later Emeritus Professor. He designed the University’s Portland building, which opened in 1997, where the Faculty of Architecture and other environmental faculties are now based.

Hampshire County Council Architects

17 Dec 2017
British Army Flying Memorial at the Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop, Hampshire, England, UK
Design: HCC (Hampshire County Council) Architects
British Army Flying Memorial at the Museum of Army Flying
photo courtesy of architects office
British Army Flying Memorial at the Museum of Army Flying
Commemorating all those who have died in the service of British Army flying from before the First World War to the present day, the recently completed memorial at the Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop will be a focal point for commemorations this Remembrance Day.

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Hollybush Lakes Aquatic Sports Centre, Aldershot
Design: Baca Architects
Hollybush Lakes, Aldershot, Hampshire by Baca Architects
image courtesy of architects office
Hollybush Lakes Aquatic Sports Centre Aldershot

Winchester Cricket Pavilion, Winchester
Architects: AR Design Studio
Cricket Pavilion Winchester Hampshire
image courtesy of AR Design Studio
Winchester Cricket Pavilion Building

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