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1st December, 2016

Architecture open lecture series: Andrew Morris

London South Bank University

Event Details

1st December, 2016
18:00 - 20:00
LSBU Southwark Campus - Keyworth Centre Events Theatre

Hear Andrew Morris, associate director at Canary Wharf Group, discuss his career and experience of being involved in some of London’s most recognisable developments

This lecture is part of our series of open lectures, which will see a diverse range of architects talk about their work, influences, and motivations. It is an opportunity for everyone interested in architecture to hear from architects involved with projects (built and unbuilt) of many different types and scales, and executed over the last 5-50 years.

Andrew Morris

Andrew Morris is an Associate Director at Canary Wharf Group, and has been involved since its inception on the redevelopment of the Shell Centre site on the South Bank.  As a trained architect, Andrew has previously worked for a number of notable practices including Ahrends Burton and Koralek where he worked on the British Embassy in Moscow.

As a Development Manager for Canary Wharf, Andrew has been involved with:

  • Rogers Stirk Harbour’s scheme at Riverside South for JP Morgan
  • Foster+Partners’ Canary Wharf Crossrail station and oversite development
  • South Bank Place; the redevelopment of Shell’s offices at Waterloo (architects: Squire and Partners, KPF, Patel Taylor, Grid, and Stanton Williams)
  • Lollard Street; the off-site affordable development for South Bank Place, with 96 units and a new nursery (architects: Darling Associates)
  • Phase 1 of Wood Wharf; the new mixed use development at Canary Wharf including over 3,300 new homes (architects: Allies and Morrison, Stanton Williams, Grid, Patel Taylor)

This year Andrew was nominated for the AJ Client of the Year for his work on Lollard Street.

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