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MJP Architects

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MJP Architects is an employee-owned British architectural practice established in 1972 by Sir Richard MacCormac, and based in Spitalfields, London. The practice officially changed its name from MacCormac Jamieson Prichard to MJP Architects in June 2008. Since October 2007, MJP Architects has been owned and ultimately controlled by its employees, through an Employee Benefit Trust. MJP Architects have worked in a variety of sectors from early social housing schemes in Milton Keynes and several education projects at Oxford and Cambridge universities, through to the training centre for Cable and Wireless in Coventry, the Wellcome Wing of the Science Museum, London, the Ruskin Library at the University of Lancaster, the Southwark tube station for the Jubilee Line Extension, and the Coventry Phoenix Initiative. Recent projects include the Kendrew Quadrangle for St John's College, Oxford, Maggie's Centre in Cheltenham; new staff accommodation and staff facilities for the British Embassy in
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