William Sherlaw

William joined Allies and Morrison in 2010 following graduation from the University of Sheffield and became an Associate of the Practice in 2017.

At Allies and Morrison, William has been involved in a range of projects from feasibility to planning stage and has gained experience in the design of office, theatre and civic developments. William has a particular interest in arts and culture projects and participates in design competitions in this sector as well as projects in the design and delivery stages.

Currently William is project architect on a new build theatre for Tunbridge Wells Borough Council which is part of a new civic complex including a new council office and chamber. The theatre design includes a 1,200 seat auditorium and has a sensitive context, located in a Grade II listed park.

Previous experience includes a mixed-use building, Cool 63 in Rotterdam, which involved the refurbishment and extension of a prominent Rotterdam office building into retail, office and residential uses. William was principally involved in facade development and dealing with the issues associated with an existing building. Other large scale project experience has included Keybridge House, a 410 unit mixed-use residential scheme and more recently the West Hendon masterplan.