CTBUH Silver Member

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

About

Member Since: 2015

Member Offices: London

Website: http://www.rsh-p.com/

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is an international architectural practice based in London. Over nearly four decades, RSHP has attracted critical acclaim and awards with built projects across Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia.

The practice is experienced in designing a wide range of building types including: office, residential, transport, education, culture, leisure, retail, civic and healthcare. The quality of its designs has been recognised with some of architecture’s highest awards, including two RIBA Stirling Prizes, one in 2006 for Terminal 4, Madrid Barajas Airport and the other in 2009 for Maggie’s West London Centre.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture; Interior Design; Urban Design

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2015

Member Offices

  • London

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

3 World Trade Center

328.9 m / 1,079 ft

2

Parc1 Tower I

322 m / 1,056 ft

3

The One

266.6 m / 875 ft

4

Parc1 Tower II

247.1 m / 811 ft

5

Torre BBVA

234.9 m / 771 ft

6

The Leadenhall Building

224 m / 735 ft

7

International Towers Sydney Tower 1

217 m / 712 ft

8

Atrio North Tower

201.6 m / 661 ft

9

Nippon Television Tower

192.8 m / 633 ft

10

Chongqing Centre T2

187 m / 614 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

31 May 2018

An Anchor of Urban Regeneration

International Towers Sydney is the anchor piece of Barangaroo South, one of the most significant waterfront regenerations globally; weaving it organically into the existing CBD’s...

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Research

01 July 2018

A Human-Scaled Future for Dense Development

Critics of height argue that it de-humanizes our cities. Yet a critical mass is a necessity for vibrant city life, and height is a key...

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Global News

11 November 2020

Investment Manager Purchases 52-Story Seoul Office Building

ARA Asset Management has purchased Parc 1 Tower B, an office building in Seoul, for over ₩1 trillion (US$1.2 billion), in a deal slated to...

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Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Transbay Transit Center and Tower

San Francisco

391 m

1,283 ft

2

Chongqing Centre T1

Chongqing

388 m

1,273 ft

3

3 World Trade Center

New York City

329 m

1,079 ft

4

Parc1 Tower I

Seoul

322 m

1,056 ft

5

The Hub

Toronto

312 m

1,023 ft

6

Chongqing Centre T4

Chongqing

291 m

955 ft

7

Atrio South Tower

Bogota

268 m

879 ft

8

The One

Kaohsiung

267 m

875 ft

9

Port Authority Terminal Tower

New York City

261 m

856 ft

10

Torre Madrid Nuevo Norte 1

Madrid

250 m

820 ft

11

Parc1 Tower II

Seoul

247 m

811 ft

12

Riverside South, South Tower

London

236 m

773 ft

13

Torre BBVA

Mexico City

235 m

771 ft

14

Torre Madrid Nuevo Norte 2

Madrid

230 m

755 ft

15

The Leadenhall Building

London

224 m

735 ft

16

International Towers Sydney Tower 1

Sydney

217 m

712 ft

17

Torre Madrid Nuevo Norte 3

Madrid

210 m

689 ft

18

Atrio North Tower

Bogota

202 m

661 ft

19

Heron Quays West

London

198 m

649 ft

20

Nippon Television Tower

Tokyo

193 m

633 ft

21

Chongqing Centre T2

Chongqing

187 m

614 ft

21

Chongqing Centre T3

Chongqing

187 m

614 ft

21

Chongqing Centre T5

Chongqing

187 m

614 ft

24

Riverside South, North Tower

London

186 m

610 ft

25

Silvercup West II

New York City

179 m

587 ft

26

International Towers Sydney Tower 2

Sydney

178 m

584 ft

27

International Towers Sydney Tower 3

Sydney

169 m

554 ft

28

SBS Broadcasting Center

Seoul

167 m

548 ft

29

Silvercup West I

New York City

160 m

525 ft

30

Grand Union Building

London

158 m

518 ft

31

Silvercup West III

New York City

154 m

505 ft

32

Ningbo Gateway North

Ningbo

152 m

499 ft

32

Ningbo Gateway South

Ningbo

152 m

499 ft

34

La Muratella

Rome

150 m

492 ft

35

Castilla

London

149 m

488 ft

36

8 Chifley

Sydney

141 m

461 ft

37

One Park Taipei Tower 1

Taipei

140 m

458 ft

38

Neme International Center 3

Bogota

130 m

427 ft

39

One Park Taipei Tower 2

Taipei

126 m

413 ft

40

Double Cove Block 1-2

Hong Kong

125 m

411 ft

40

Double Cove Block 23

Hong Kong

125 m

411 ft

40

Double Cove Block 25

Hong Kong

125 m

411 ft

43

Double Cove Block 22

Hong Kong

118 m

388 ft

44

Double Cove Block 3

Hong Kong

117 m

384 ft

45

Fairmont Ambassador Seoul Hotel

Seoul

112 m

367 ft

46

Double Cove Block 5

Hong Kong

111 m

365 ft

47

Hesperia Tower

L'Hospitalet de Llobregat

105 m

344 ft

48

No.33 Park Row

New York City

102 m

335 ft

49

The Lloyd's Building

London

95 m

312 ft

50

Landmark House

London

91 m

299 ft

51

International Quarter Site S4

London

89 m

292 ft

52

1 Westfield Avenue

London

88 m

289 ft

53

Merano Residences

London

85 m

279 ft

54

NEO Bankside Building C

London

83 m

271 ft

55

Kings Health Cancer Centre at Guys

London

73 m

240 ft

56

Riverlight Quay 1

London

62 m

203 ft

57

Double Cove Block 21

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

58

Double Cove Block 19

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

58

Double Cove Block 20

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

60

Double Cove Block 17

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

60

Double Cove Block 18

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

62

Double Cove Block 16

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

63

Double Cove Block 6

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

64

Double Cove Block 7

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

65

Double Cove Block 8

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

66

Double Cove Block 9-10

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

67

Double Cove Block 11-15

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

68

NEO Bankside Building B

London

- m

- ft

69

NEO Bankside Building A

London

- m

- ft

69

NEO Bankside Building D

London

- m

- ft

71

Maryah Plaza Hotel Tower

Abu Dhabi

- m

- ft

71

Maryah Plaza Residential Tower 1

Abu Dhabi

- m

- ft

71

Maryah Plaza Residential Tower 2

Abu Dhabi

- m

- ft

71

Maryah Plaza Residential Tower 3

Abu Dhabi

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

6 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential (57%), 30 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (64%), 28 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 53 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 44 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 53 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

31 May 2018 | Chicago

An Anchor of Urban Regeneration

International Towers Sydney is the anchor piece of Barangaroo South, one of the most significant waterfront regenerations globally; weaving it organically into the existing CBD’s...

31 May 2018 | Chicago

Sydney’s New Front Door Swings Open

The three towers of International Towers Sydney are the driving force behind Barangaroo, Sydney’s largest urban regeneration project in decades. It unites the CBD with...

31 October 2017 | Sydney

The Human-Scaled Future of Dense Development

Critics of height argue that it de-humanizes our cities. Yet a critical mass is a necessity for vibrant city life. If we can overcome the...

31 October 2017 | Sydney

Interview: Ivan Harbour

Ivan Harbour of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.

11 June 2013 | London

Session 6: The Urban and Public Realm

Tall buildings will be part of our environment in an increasing number of cities, whose ages span centuries. If it is to be integral to...

11 June 2013 | London

Interview: Identity of British Architecture

Paul Monaghan of AHMM is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2013 CTBUH London Conference at The Brewery, London. Paul talks about the identity of...

01 July 2018

A Human-Scaled Future for Dense Development

Ivan Harbour, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Critics of height argue that it de-humanizes our cities. Yet a critical mass is a necessity for vibrant city life, and height is a key...

30 October 2017

Connecting the City: People, Density & Infrastructure

CTBUH 2017 Conference Speakers

The future of humanity on this planet relies on the collective benefits of urban density; reducing both land consumption and the energy needed to construct...

17 October 2016

Vertical Densification: The Architecture of the Structural System of the BBVA Tower Mexico City

Dirk Krolikowski, University College London - School of Architecture - The Bartlett / DKFS Architects; Mark Gorton & James Leathem, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The objective of the paper is to describe the findings throughout the architectural design process of the structural system of the Torre BBVA Bancomer in...

26 October 2015

8 Chifley – Sustainable Structural and Fire Engineering

Andrew Johnson, Arup

8 Chifley’s unique aesthetic has attracted much of the attention, however the 34 storey 150m tall building’s overall quality, sustainable performance, and structural efficiency, both...

31 December 2014

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2014

Daniel Safarik, Antony Wood, Marty Carver & Marshall Gerometta, CTBUH

An All-Time Record 97 Buildings of 200 Meters or Higher Completed in 2014 and 2014 showed further shifts towards Asia, and also surprising developments in...

12 June 2013

Case Study: The Leadenhall Building, London

Andy Young, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners; Nigel Annereau, Arup; Andy Butler, Laing O’Rourke; Brian Smith, Davis Langdon

The Leadenhall Building leans back to make way for views to St. Paul’s Cathedral and other historic sites in a crowded section of the City...

11 November 2020

Investment Manager Purchases 52-Story Seoul Office Building

ARA Asset Management has purchased Parc 1 Tower B, an office building in Seoul, for over ₩1 trillion (US$1.2 billion), in a deal slated to...

30 July 2020

CTBUH In The Media: The Future of Skyscrapers: A Mile High, Slimmer Than Ever and Made from Wood

History does not want for dizzying fantasies of tall buildings. From the Tower of Babel onwards, humanity has dreamed of ever-more wondrous skyscrapers, whether we...

10 February 2020

High-Rise Hotel Proposed for Sydney’s Darling Harbour

ASX-listed casino operator Crown Resorts has unveiled early images for Sydney's first six-star hotel and its serviced apartments at One Barangaroo, a controversial AU$2.4-billion (US$1.6-billion)...

10 February 2020

High-Rise Hotel Proposed for Sydney’s Darling Harbour

ASX-listed casino operator Crown Resorts has unveiled early images for Sydney's first six-star hotel and its serviced apartments at One Barangaroo, a controversial AU$2.4-billion (US$1.6-billion)...

10 February 2020

High-Rise Hotel Proposed for Sydney’s Darling Harbour

ASX-listed casino operator Crown Resorts has unveiled early images for Sydney's first six-star hotel and its serviced apartments at One Barangaroo, a controversial AU$2.4-billion (US$1.6-billion)...

25 November 2019

Plans Unveiled for New Towers in London

Eric Parry Architects has unveiled plans for a new 36-story tower in the City of London, featuring a huge green wall. The address at 50...

25 November 2019

Plans Unveiled for New Towers in London

Eric Parry Architects has unveiled plans for a new 36-story tower in the City of London, featuring a huge green wall. The address at 50...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Asia Pacific Seminar Series

03–05 July 2017

CTBUH Singapore, in coordination with CTBUH Malaysia and CTBUH Thailand, hosted a multi-city seminar on sustainable design in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Bangkok.

Canada Event Considers “The Story of Marketing Tall Buildings”

20 June 2017

Building up momentum for the CTBUH 2017 Conference in Australia, the CTBUH Canada Chapter held its most recent event at the University of Toronto Faculty Club.

CTBUH Executive Director Presents at Chapter Events in Australia

07–09 March 2017

Executive Director Antony Wood delivered two well attended lectures in Sydney and Melbourne, organized by the respective local CTBUH committees.

Top Company Rankings: The World’s 100 Tallest Buildings

13 October 2016

The Council is pleased to announce the Top Company Rankings for numerous disciplines as derived from the list of projects appearing in 100 of the World’s Tallest Buildings.

Ivan Harbour on Design Excellence

29 July 2015

CTBUH Sydney welcomed Ivan Harbour, of Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners, to share his thoughts and experiences with international design excellence competitions.

CTBUH Publishes Case Study on The Leadenhall Building in London

12 June 2013

The Leadenhall Building leans back to make way for views to St. Paul’s Cathedral and other historic sites in a crowded section of the City of London, but it also springs forward with an innovative structure and a dynamic street presence.