William Alsop

Will Alsop, English architect and artist, was born at Northampton (1947), studied at the Architectural Association in London, worked with Cedric Price, Roderick Ham and Jan Störmer until early 2001, when he founded Alsop Architects. His most significant projects were the Passenger & Ferry Terminal in Hamburg; Barrage & Visitor Centre in Cardiff; Le Grand Bleu Government Headquarters in Marseilles; the Tottenham Hale and North Greenwich Jubilee Line Stations in London, the Reuters headquarters in Moscow; the State Archives in Hamburg. Alsop’s projects have received wide recognition. His professional work has always been integrated with teaching. He died on 12 May 2018.