03 May 2016

Two RIBA London Awards for Allies and Morrison

Two Allies and Morrison projects have been honoured this year with RIBA London Awards for architecture excellence: The Maurice Wohl Neurosciences Institute at King’s College in Denmark Hill and the Headquarters for Banham Group in Earlsfield, south London.

18 May 2016

Refurbishment appointment with the Wellcome Trust

The Wellcome Trust has appointed Allies and Morrison to refurbish the panel rooms at its headquarters, the Gibbs Building, in London. The award winning building, located on Euston Road was designed by Hopkins Architects and completed in 2004. The existing panel rooms, which occupy about half of the ground floor, are at the heart of the Wellcome Trust and central to its grant-giving activities.

01 May 2016

Shortlisted for AJ100 Building of the Year

The Maurice Wohl Neurosciences Institute, designed by Allies and Morrison with PM Devereux, has been shortlisted for the AJ100 Building of the Year. A new clinical research facility for King’s College London at its Denmark Hill hospital campus, the building is one of Europe’s largest centres for multidisciplinary neuroscience. It brings together cutting-edge research and clinical therapies under one roof.

01 May 2016

On view: Houses by Peter Aldington

The domestic architecture of Peter Aldington is the subject of a new book published by RIBA – Houses by Peter Aldington. Made possible through the generous support of many, including Allies and Morrison, the book brings together the post-war houses that he designed himself or with his two partners John Craig and Paul Collinge.

01 May 2016

Success at the BCO London Awards

Allies and Morrison’s design for Banham Group’s headquarters at Thornsett Road, Wandsworth, London has won a coveted British Council for Offices (BCO) award. The project scooped up the top honours for Corporate Workplace in the BCO London and the South East competition. Recently opened, the winning project is the new home for a family-owned security firm in southwest London.

01 May 2016

New homes for a fast-growing city

The practice’s ongoing work at Trumpington Meadows, Cambridge, has reached an important milestone. Phase 9 of the project received reserved matters approval from Cambridge City Council in a unanimous decision from the committee last week. This newest addition will add 64 houses and 58 apartments to this ambitious housing scheme.