Allies and Morrison is an architecture and planning practice based in London.
It operates from its own studios in Southwark Street, the RIBA London Building of the Year 2004.
Allies and Morrison has completed projects throughout the UK and is currently undertaking more internationally based work in Germany, Holland, India, Qatar and the Lebanon.
The practice is formed of two parts: Allies and Morrison Architecture which focuses on architecture and design, and Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners which focuses on planning, masterplanning, consultation, conservation and research. These two sides of the practice provide a unique, distinct and complete approach towards the industry, with their ability to combine their respective expertise, experience and work.
The practice has been shortlisted twice for the Stirling Prize, for the Royal Festival Hall in 2008 and New Court Rothschild Bank with OMA in 2012.