1951-[2004?], predominant 1951-1992
Sub-series documents competition entries and projects by James Stirling, and by the successive firms of James Stirling; Stirling and Gowan; James Stirling and Partner; James Stirling, Michael Wilford, and Associates; Michael Wilford and Partners; and Michael Wilford GmbH. Several projects were carried out in association with other architects, including Léon Krier, Walter Nägeli, and the firms of Giancarlo de Carlo and of Marlies Hentrup Norbert Heyer. A majority of projects were designed for London, England and other locations in England and Scotland, Germany and the United States. Other projects were designed for Italy, Iran, Japan, France, Algeria, Spain, Netherlands, Kenya, Qatar, Canada, Singapore and Switzerland. Material in this sub-series was produced between 1951 and probably 2004.
The publication drawings for Stirling's projects were often drawn by Leon Krier, Russell Bevington, or Ulrich Schaad ('British Architecture Today', 1991).
Sub-series contains reference drawings, conceptual and design development drawings, publication and presentation drawings and panels, and working drawings. It also contains photographic materials, textual records, models and artefacts. Sub-series is roughly arranged chronologically by project date.
© © Wilford Schupp Architekten GmbH
Documents are in English, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese, with some in French, Persian, Dutch, Chinese and Arabic.
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