Froster & partners' projects

Foster and Partners


Foster and Partners is an international studio for architecture, planning and design founded by Lord Norman foster. The studio has established global recognition and has received more than 300 awards and citations for design excellence, and won 65 national and international design competitions.

Foster and Partners' buildings are famed the world over and include the new German Parliament in the Reichestag, Berlin, The Great Court for the British Museum, HSBC Headquarters in Hong Kong and London,Commerzbank Headquaters in Frankfurt, The Albion Riverside Condominium on London's South Bank and more recently, the Millau Bridge in France. It's currently designing the world's largest airport in Beijing.

Norman Foster became the 21st Pritzker Architecture Price Laureate in 1999 and was awarded the Premium Imperiale Award for Architecture in 2002. He has been awarded the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal for Architecture(1994), the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture(1983), and the Gold Medal of French Academy of Architecture(1991). In 1990 he was granted a Knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours, appointed by the Queen to the Order of Merit in 1997, and in 1999 was honoured with a Life Peerage in the Queen's Birthday Honours List as Lord Froster of Thames Bank.