|Richard Manaton Horden|
|Alma mater||The Architectural Association|
|Employer||Horden Cherry Lee Architects|
Richard Horden (born 1944), is a British architect based in London. Following an early career with Norman Foster, where he worked for ten years, he established his own practice Richard Horden Associates in 1985, which became Horden Cherry Lee Architects in 1999.
Horden was educated at Bryanston School in Dorset and trained at The Architectural Association in London. He received a scholarship for a tour of America in 1968, where he saw the influential 1950 Rockefeller guest house in New York by Philip Johnson, the California houses by Craig Ellwood, and the sculptures of Kenneth Snelson.
He started his own firm Richard Horden Associates in 1985.
Horden is Professor in Architecture and Product Design at Technische Universität München.
- Yacht House, New Forest (1984)
- Ski Haus (1985)
- Queens Stand, Epsom Downs Racecourse (1992)
- Glasgow Tower (2001)
- Glasgow Science Centre (2001)
- 1 Finsbury Square, London (2004)
- Poole Museum, Poole (2006)
- Micro Compact Home (m-ch) 2005
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