Mr. Tony Miki

Partner and Project Architect for Jeddah Metro
Foster and Partners

Tony Miki studied architecture at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. Upon graduation in 1999 he joined Foster + Partners and worked on the Petronas University of Technology, a 450-hectare university campus in Malaysia. The scheme, designed in response to the physical landscape of the site and to the weather patterns particular to this part of the world, was awarded the Aga Khan award in 2007. He was subsequently package leader for the development of Albion Riverside, a mixed-use riverside quarter of three buildings and a series of new public spaces next to the River Thames in London. Following its completion, he worked on Wembley National Stadium, the largest covered football stadium in the world.

Since then he has been involved in a wide range of projects in the UK and around the world, including a concept masterplan for a mixed-use development in Ireland and leading teams for two projects in Russia: an initial proposal for the Gergiev Cultural Centre and an extensive mixed-use scheme adjacent to the Kremlin and Red Square in Moscow. More recently, he was the team leader for the design of a fleet of ten yachts for YachtPlus and plans for FC Barcelona’s Camp Nou Stadium, one of the world’s greatest football venues.

He is currently team leader for the design of four stations along the Haramain High-Speed Railway in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Linking the cities of Makkah and Madinah via Jeddah, the project will dramatically cut journey times and forge new social and economic links across the country, and the Jeddah Metro – a vision for Jeddah’s transport network includes the design of metro, ferry, bus, cycle, public spaces and nodes of development.

He was promoted to associate in 2006, associate partner in 2008 and partner in 2014.

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