01 March 2018

New forms on the London skyline

Over the last few months, two towers designed by the practice have begun to emerge on the London skyline: Two Fifty One and 100 Bishopsgate. Situated on opposite sides of the river, each responds to the unique conditions of its surroundings.

01 March 2018

Bankside renaissance: Completing Lavington Street

Southwark Council has granted planning permission to 25 Lavington Street, a major redevelopment site just behind our studios. Occupying the current location of Lavington House, our proposals seek to create a compact urban development consisting of three new residential buildings and an office building around a new public space.

01 February 2018

Recently Completed: One Paved Court

Paved Court is a modest lane of mostly early Georgian shops and houses sites immediately off Richmond Green, in south-west London. One Paved Court, the earliest building in the street and until recently a carpet shop, has now been transformed into a small artists' gallery and studios.

01 February 2018

The Impact of Buildings: Exhibition with Hampstead School of Art

Our first studio exhibition of the year has gone up. Entitled The Impact of Buildings, the exhibition reveals a selection of works from members of Hampstead School of Art. The display marks the school’s first anniversary in its new home, designed by Allies and Morrison.

01 February 2018

Urban picturesque: Keybridge House emerging

Last week, the distinctive rooftop ‘houses’ at Keybridge House came into view, their pitched white forms striking against the sky. Clad in white glazed terracotta they sit atop 6-storey red brick apartment buildings and are the latest addition to the development, which is currently onsite.

18 January 2018

A high performance graduate campus in Cambridge

Planning permission has been granted for two new buildings designed by Allies and Morrison for King's College, Cambridge, as part of a new unified graduate campus on Cranmer Road, a short walk from the College's historic courts. The development will bring together, in one place, all of King's graduate accommodation, transforming a series of individual hostels into a cohesive campus around a shared garden.

09 January 2018

A home for an Architect: The Wood House, Tatsfield

The Architect's house is among the most enduring and appealing of building typologies, offering the designer the opportunity to literally bring their home to work and skills. The Wood House, the recently completed home of Allies and Morrison Partner Jason Syrett and his family, is a new example of this long tradition.

08 January 2018

2018 New Year Promotions

Allies and Morrison is pleased to announce the promotion of four new directors, one new associate director and five new associates from within the practice.

01 January 2018


A comprehensive study and mapping undertaken by Allies and Morrison for Historic England has won a 2017 RIBA President’s Award for Research.

01 January 2018

Clandon Park has a story to tell…

We are delighted to announce that Allies and Morrison has won the National Trust’s Clandon Park International Design Competition. The Grade I-listed Clandon Park, near Guildford, Surrey, designed by Giacomo Leoni (c1686-1746) was one of Britain’s finest examples of Palladian architecture before it was badly damaged by fire in 2015. In spring 2017 the National Trust launched a design competition for its rebuilding and re-imagination.