13 November 2015

ALLIES AND MORRISON FFC ARCHITECTURAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Last night the Allies and Morrison FFC won the victory match of the Architecture Football League against Squire and Partners at 13-2 and claimed their second league title. The victory was made all the sweeter as the league’s conclusion was taken right to the wire by the Feilden Cleggs Barcelona’s FFC who won all but one of their matches. The short, and the long, of it was the FCB’s results left AAM FC needing to maintain a 100% record to retain the title, which they duly delivered with a perfect record of 15 played and 15 won.

04 November 2015

STAFF SUBMIT DRAWINGS FOR ARTICLE 25’S 10×10 CHARITY AUCTION

Anna Gibb and Siu Lon Liu have donated original artworks for Article 25's 2015 10x10 London charity auction. The event, which takes place on 1 December at the Royal Institute of British Architects, will help raise funds for the work of Article 25, who design and oversee the construction of safe, appropriate buildings in the developing world.

04 November 2015

RTPI SHORTLIST: “10 GREATEST PLACES IN ENGLAND”

Two schemes which Allies and Morrison have been involved in have been shortlisted for the Royal Town Planning Institution's "10 Greatest Places in England" award. BrindleyPlace, Birmingham and King's Cross Regeneration, London have been selected as finalists by a panel of judges from over 700 nominations made by the general public from over 200 different locations.

01 November 2015

BANHAMS NEW OFFICE ON THORNSETT ROAD OPENING PARTY

Banham's new office in Earlsfield, designed by Allies and Morrison, was officially opened yesterday evening by MP Ian Duncan Smith. Throughout the evening, tours of the new facility were provided and Charles Hallett and Lucy Banham showcased the history of the Banham Group and talked about their delight with the new building and its significance for the Banham family business.

01 November 2015

PLANNING GRANTED FOR COOLING POD AT KING’S CROSS, LONDON

The King's Cross Zone T Cooling Pod for King's Cross Masterplan has been approved by Camden Council. The building will provide a centralised cooling generation plant for a number of buildings within the King's Cross Central limited Partnership (KCCLP) development. The building optimises the sustainable generation of energy through Tri-generation (combined heat, power & cooling), allowing the site wide CHP to be more efficiently used throughout the year.