Sir Terry Farrell CBE is an award-winning architect planner who has been practising for 50 years with offices throughout the world. Current projects include residential schemes for The Eagle in City Road and Chelsea Waterfront (both under construction), strategic visions for a new transport ‘super-hub’ at Old Oak Common and the expansion of Gatwick airport. At Earls Court and Royal Albert Dock, Sir Terry is the masterplanner and designer of a significant number of buildings. In Asia, notable projects include Beijing and Guangzhou High Speed Stations, Incheon Airport in Seoul and KK100, a 100 storey tower in Shenzhen which is the tallest building ever by a British architect.
Throughout his career, Sir Terry has championed placemaking and the public realm and, in 2013, he was voted the individual who made the greatest contribution to London’s Planning and development over the last 10 years. Sir Terry recently published the Farrell Review, a national review of architecture and the built environment, at the invitation of Culture Minister Ed Vaizey, for which he was awarded the Blueprint Magazine Critical Thinking Award in 2014. Building on the recommendations in the Review, Sir Terry was recently invited by the Prime Minister to join a new Housing Design Panel. He is also Chair of the Thames Gateway Local Nature Partnership.