Bob Allies

Bob Allies

Bob Allies is a partner of Allies and Morrison, an architecture and urbanism practice based in London. Current projects by the practice include the London College of Fashion and the BBC Music Studios in the Olympic Park, the expansion of Wimbledon, and the reimagining of the Barbican Arts Centre. The practice is also the master planner for many of London’s major regeneration projects including Kings Cross, Canada Water, Brent Cross Town, Woolwich Arsenal, Greenwich Peninsula and the Olympic Legacy. He spent a year at the BSR as Rome Scholar in Architecture in 1981, writing about the Palazzo del Te in Mantua and the Scale Regia at the Vatican, and in 2014 published “The Fabric of Place”, a summary of the practice’s approach to urbanism. He is currently a member of the New London Sounding Board and a visiting professor at the University of Reading.

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