Nigel Dancey 6th overall responsibility for the studio. He has extensive experience in the design, participated in the North America, Europe and the Middle East, a series of projects. He was at Oxford University, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and studied architecture in Washington, DC, graduating in 1989. After the 1990 Foster's architectural firm to join the competition to participate in a number of projects, including Shanghai and Tokyo Tower juss Yaraicho projects. After Qiao Silin Art Museum as project architect annexe, which is the firm's first building in the United States.
In 1994, he served as project director and was promoted to sixth studio Senior Partner and the total charge in 2004. He projects as a partner in charge of the award-winning McLaren Technology Centre and production center (located in Woking, Surrey), to oversee the project from the beginning until the 2011 completion of the completion. He has expertise in education and research class architectural design, project participants include Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen management, clinical research center at Stanford University and Clark Center, College of Pharmacy, University of Toronto, Langley School (United Kingdom a sustainable development of secondary school) and the Yale School of Management.
Recent projects include Calgary Tower and Sky Bow Madrid Madrid this bank two blocks rise buildings, multi-purpose building in Vancouver 一幢 - Jameson Apartment, Mauritius Resort ME London Hotel, Astana, Kazakhstan, the Peace Palace (the Palace of Peace) and the descendants of Genghis Khan Tent Entertainment Centre (Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre), and Wisconsin Johnson's Fortaleza Hall. Current projects include Istanbul multifunctional tower - Monaco Yacht Club, the New York Public Library, Crimea, a hotel and residential building in Mumbai. He learned to get future design (Design Futures Council) senior honorary membership in 2007.