CTBUH Silver Member

Alison Brooks Architects

About

Member Offices: London

Website: http://www.alisonbrooksarchitects.com

Founded in 1996, Alison Brooks Architects has developed an international reputation for delivering design excellence in projects ranging from urban regeneration, master planning, public buildings for the arts, higher education and housing. ABA’s award-winning architecture is born from intensive research into the cultural, social and environmental contexts of each project. This approach enables us to develop authentic, responsive solutions for our buildings and urban schemes, each with a distinct identity. Combining formal invention with rigorous attention to detail, ABA’s buildings have proved to satisfy our client’s expectations and positively impact the urban realm. Alison Brooks Architects is the only UK practice to have won the RIBA’s three most prestigious awards for architecture - the 2008 Stirling Prize for Accordia Cambridge, the Manser Medal and the Stephen Lawrence Prize. ABA numerous national and international awards include the 2012 Architect of the Year and Housing Architect of the Year.

Fields of Expertise

Architecture

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

Member Offices

  • London

Global News

18 December 2019

Vancouver-Area Proposals Move Forward

Alison Brooks Architects has won approval for a residential-led scheme in Vancouver, Canada, featuring a series of towers, the tallest a 38-story skyscraper. The project...

Global News

25 November 2019

Plans Unveiled for New Towers in London

Eric Parry Architects has unveiled plans for a new 36-story tower in the City of London, featuring a huge green wall. The address at 50...

Global News

20 November 2019

Planned Development on London’s Greenwich Peninsula Retooled

The Greenwich Peninsula master plan has undergone another rethink, with housing schemes by Morris + Co and Hall McKnight dropped in the latest version of...

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