Terry Farrell (architect)

Terry Farrell ( born 1939 in Sale (Greater Manchester ) ) is a British architect.

Farrell grew up in Newcastle upon Tyne, where he also attended the university and after completing his studies in 1965 opened his first architectural office. Farrell made ​​his name by buildings that combine modern technology with postmodern irony. He was elevated to the peerage personal and is Commander of the CBE. His most famous building is the headquarters of the British Secret Service MI6 in London.

Buildings (selection)

  • Blackwall Tunnel Ventilation Towers, London - 1962
  • TV Building, Camden Town, London - 1981-1982
  • SIS building, Vauxhall Cross, London
  • Embankment Place, London Charing Cross Station in London - 1990
  • Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Scotland
  • Peak Tower, Hong Kong - 1995
  • Incheon International Airport, Seoul - 2002
  • Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing - 2008

Peak Tower in Hong Kong