One Casson Square and 30 Casson Square represent a legacy of Michael’s work: his love of architecture, London, and his extraordinary vision as an architect. He sought to reinterpret the architectural language of London, ensuring each of his buildings were a welcome addition to the city. His architectural practice has changed much of the fabric of modern London, making a truly significant impact on this city he cherished dearly.
In a statement, the Squire & Partner’s said: ‘We are all in shock and still absorbing the loss of an extraordinary man, who touched the lives of so many around the world through his work as an architect and his warm and generous personality.’
At Qatari Diar and Canary Wharf we are deeply saddened by the loss of Michael Squire. Chelsea Barracks typifies Michael’s approach to architecture, it is contemporary but contextual and sits so comfortably within its surrounds honouring London’s tradition of Portland Stone. A charming and incredibly warm and enthusiastic colleague, we are honoured to have worked with him and be the recipients of his once in a generation talent. His passing is a loss to our industry