William Lowe

William trained at the Canterbury School of Architecture. He joined Allies and Morrison in 2005.

William has a wealth of experience leading large teams on complex projects; he has a particular ability to engage with clients and creates a positive momentum around him. He ensures that the client’s aspirations and the quality of architectural design are communicated, implemented and achieved from conception to completion on site.

William has a strong background of large scale projects which includes his role as Project Architect for the IBC MPC London Olympics, the new terminal at Bristol International Airport and the National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes.

Currently, William has been acting as lead architect for the practice’s Winchester Silver Hill scheme, a six acre mixed-use development in the heart of historic Winchester. He is also, currently, Project Architect for Vauxhall Square, a mixed-use scheme which forms part of the Vauxhall, Nine Elms, Battersea (VNEB) regeneration.