Hall McKnight

Hall McKnight is an architectural practice established in 2003, with studios in Belfast and London. In 2014 the practice won the Downes Medal for the MAC, the most prestigious award to be bestowed by the Architectural Association of Ireland.

In addition to receiving a number of RIBA Awards, the work of the practice has been recognised with success in international design contests, notably the MAC Arts Centre, completed in February 2012 and Vartov Square Copenhagen, completed in Autumn 2012. Hall McKnight were announced as the winners of the RIBA design contest for the Quadrangle Building at King’s College London, Strand Campus in October 2012 and were successful in the international competition for a major new campus building and landscape work at Gallaudet University, Washington DC in November 2016, organised by Malcolm Reading Consultants.

The practice’s work has been nominated for the BSI Swiss Architectural Award, the European Union Mies Van der Rohe Award, the European Public Space Awards and the Design Museum ‘Designs of the Year’.

The practice has experience of working on a wide range of different building types from houses to large and complex public buildings and landscapes, and has delivered projects in the UK and Europe.