Brighton i360 was conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects.
About the Architects
Since its foundation in 1989 by David Marks and Julia Barfield, Marks Barfield Architects has developed a diverse portfolio of work including civic, commercial, cultural, and infrastructure projects. Best known as the architects and entrepreneurs behind the creation of the London Eye, projects range from a Treetop Walkway for the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, to the first UK primary University Training School for the University of Cambridge. Commercial projects include the recently refurbished and transformed 82 Baker Street and the new-build Greenwich Gateway Pavilions in London.
Award winning design
The London-based practice has won more than 65 awards for architecture, design excellence, innovation, and sustainability. Its reputation is established by a consistent design approach, the guiding force of which focuses on a thorough understanding of the clients’ and stakeholders’ needs, as well as an in-depth knowledge of the context of the site. Its commitment is to conceive and guide the process that turns often complex and challenging briefs into solutions that bring vitality and enjoyment in to people’s lives whilst acting as a catalyst for economic and environmental transformations.