This is a video of the Zoom presentation by Stephen Taylor and Iain Williams of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects.
An exploration of some of the work Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects (AHMM) Bristol have been involved with in Bristol over the past decade.
AHMM are a successful award-winning firm of architects with a local office based in Queen Charlotte House in Bristol. The company also has offices in London, Amsterdam and Oklahoma City. The practice was set up in 1989 and today employees some 200 people across its operations, which cover many projects including those in education, healthcare, housing and the arts.
This Zoom presentation, given by Cormac Farrelly and Stephen Taylor, will cover workplace and living projects, mainly in Bristol. Their work includes the Vincent, the White Collar Factory, Assembly (shown in the image), One Temple Way (formally the Evening Post building), and Bristol City Council HRA Housing Developments. AHMM have thus helped positively to shape the changing appearance of the City Centre landscape by their design of many significant buildings.
Stephen Taylor, Associate Director, has been responsible for a number of high profile projects as well as setting up and managing the Bristol office alongside 40 staff. Stephen has developed specific expertise in commercial mixed use developments and masterplans.
Cormac Farrelly, Associate Director, joined AHMM in 2008. He has led or contributed to a wide-range of projects across multiple sectors.
Members and event notification subscribers will receive an invitation to this Zoom meeting by email. The talk will be at 7.30pm on 17th March 2021.