Peter Guenzel||||||||||||||||AHMM: pictured left to right: Simon Allford, Paul Monaghan, Jonathan Hall and Peter Morris|The Yellow Building’s simple industrial aesthetic, a recurring theme|Monsoon/ Accessorize’s workplace, White City’s Yellow Building|The Angel Building, unrecognisable after AHMM’s work to reinvent it|The stripped-back Tea Building launched a thousand warehouse-like offices|The building marked a pivotal moment in Shoreditch’s ascendence|The tuft-roofted Notley Primary School|Walsall Bus Station aims to “civilise the experience of bus travel”|The model for the University of Amsterdam’s new building|The drum-like Chobham Academy in east London, opened in 2013|The Angel Building, now an exemplar of sensitive refurbishment|240 Blackfriars, AHMM’s tallest building to date, will be finished in 2014|Google’s King’s Cross HQ: AHMM has since been asked to rethink the design|Derwent London’s White Collar Factory, squarely aimed at tech firms|Exposed concrete and double-height ceilings at the White Collar Factory||
20 Dec 2013

AHMM: Intelligent intervention

Words by James McLachlan

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