Nic Crawley

Nic Crawley

Associate

Nic joined the practice as an architect in 2003. He has since worked across masterplans, residential, healthcare and commercial projects and was made an Associate in 2008.

Projects have included Sunshine House, 160 Tooley Street, Union Square, Weston Street, Norwood Hall Joint Service Centre, Leonard Street, Nottingdale Village office-led Masterplan (Phases 2, 3, 4 and beyond) and Upper Richmond Road. Nic was also involved in developing the White Collar Factory concept and has a strong interest in the development of flexible spaces fit for the future.

In addition to running projects and design teams, Nic is also AHMM’s Head of Sustainability. This role brings focus and leadership to the Practice’s continued research and development across our design work and our operations. Nic has a qualification in Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies and is a Certified Passivhaus Designer. He enjoys occasional tutoring roles and is an invited assessor for the UK Government Technology Strategy Board.

Jack Ayre

Jack Ayre

Associate

Since joining the practice in 2007, Jack has been involved in a variety of projects in both the UK and USA including the Angel Building, Hampstead Road, Maywood Flatiron and Jesus Saves.

Jack’s strong visual communication skills combine with his consistent eye for detail to bring clarity to complex ideas. He is currently a key member of the Google King’s Cross team, where these skills are being put to good effect.

Jon Brent

Jon Brent

Associate

Jon joined the practice in 2005 as Senior Architect after working at leading practices in Manchester and London.

Jon has developed a number of skills throughout his career with regard to the inception, design development and procurement of building typologies including offices, retail, education, private residences and developer lead private and public housing, with a number of projects receiving RIBA national awards. His key interest is a commitment to detail, craftsmanship and site construction techniques.

In 2008 he was made Associate. His key projects include KX200, Chobham Academy and, currently, Regent Street W5.

Marion Clayfield

Marion Clayfield

Associate

Marion joined Allford Hall Monaghan Morris in 2003. Since then she has worked on a wide range of London based projects including The Johnson Building – a mixed-use project in Clerkenwell, Adelaide Wharf – a residential project for Firstbase in Hackney and The Angel Building – a Stirling Prize nominated office development for Derwent London in Islington.

Marion was the Project Architect for the Biscuit Factory Masterplan, including the first phase on the 4.3 hectare Peak Freans Biscuit Factory site in Bermondsey. She is currently Project Architect for Westminster Bridge Road, a mixed-use student accommodation and sixth form college scheme for Urbanest in Waterloo.

Marion was promoted to Associate in 2014.

Matthew Dean

Matthew Dean

Associate

Matthew has broad experience of all aspects of design and construction in a range of sectors including transport, retail, residential, healthcare, education and workplace. He joined AHMM in 2010 after working for nineteen years at a senior level in a leading London practice.

Since joining AHMM, Matthew has been responsible for the design, development and delivery of Block W4, a highly complex commercial project for the Crown Estate in London’s prestigious Regent Street.

Cormac Farrelly

Cormac Farrelly

Associate

Cormac joined the practice in 2008 and currently works between the London and Bristol office.

Cormac has led a number competition entries and feasibility studies for the practice. He is currently the Associate on the Waverley School project, part of the Birmingham BSF programme. He was made an Associate in 2010.

Thomas Gardner

Thomas Gardner

Associate

Thomas studied and taught design studio at Cambridge University, and joined the practice in 2005.

He has worked on projects in the UK and USA including No.1 Oxford St, Sunshine House, LEVEL Urban Apartments and The Hart Building, and is currently in a lead role on Google King’s Cross. He is also involved in writing the practice’s management and technical policies.

He maintains an interest in education and mentoring, and also acts as an external competition juror and design review panel member. Tom was made an Associate in 2010.

Peter Mayhew

Peter Mayhew

Associate

Peter joined the practice in 2004 after working at a number of practices in the UK, Netherlands and Australia being made an Associate in 2008.

Since joining the practice, Peter has contributed to a number of projects. He was involved in the development of the cladding and delivery of the Unity project in Liverpool and the development of the cladding on Kentish Town Health Centre. He was also Project Architect for both Barking Central and Kirk Balk Community College.

In the last couple of years, Peter has overseen the delivery of North London Hospice and the Royal Court Theatre in Liverpool. He is currently acting as Project Architect for St Michael’s and All Angels Academy and Highshore, whilst overseeing Surrey Lane Residential development and a significant office redevelopment scheme in the City on King William Street.

Yuk Ming Lam

Yuk Ming Lam

Associate

After working at practices in Hong Kong, Melbourne, Singapore and London, Lam joined AHMM in 2006 to work on a mixed-use development in Tooley Street, London. Since then he has led the delivery of the University of Amsterdam project – a complex large-scale reinvention of two post-war university buildings in the heart of the Dutch capital. He has also contributed to a range of other schemes, including the development plan on a mixed-use cultural scheme of national significance and is a regular contributor to the design and technical development of projects through the practice’s peer review process.

Lam was made Associate in 2010.

Gabriel Musat

Gabriel Musat

Associate

Gabriel worked as a senior architect at a number of practices before joining AHMM in 2004.

He was Senior Architect on the award-winning, Unity project in Liverpool. Gabriel brings a high level of technical and organisational skills to the range of projects he is engaged with and in addition he has a wider role in developing practice standards, auditing and mentoring younger architects.

He was made Associate in 2008 and recently he played a key role in getting ISO 9001 accreditation for the practice.

Timothy Neville-Lee

Timothy Neville-Lee

Associate

Timothy joined the practice as an architect in 2006. He has worked on projects at all stages from feasibility studies to construction, and in a variety of sectors including office, residential, healthcare, leisure and education. Whilst in London, Tim led Leonard Street, Norwood Hall Joint Services Centre and Upper Richmond Road.

In 2013, Tim joined AHMM’s Oklahoma office as Associate to support their development in response to growing opportunities in the area. Since then, he has worked on a wide range of projects, including Mosaic multi-family units, the Plow Building and OK Sea.

Patricia Ribeiro

Patricia Ribeiro

Associate

Patricia is an experienced architect who joined Allford Hall Monaghan Morris late in 2005 after completing her MSc in Advanced Architectural Studies at the Bartlett. Prior to that, she completed her Diploma of Architecture at the Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal.

Since joining AHMM, Patricia has worked on a wide range of commercial schemes. She is currently working on Google’s new headquarters in King’s Cross, whilst maintaining a key role in the practice’s Risk Management committee.

As an architect Patricia’s strength lies in her keen eye for detail and clarity of purpose.

Steve Smith

Steve Smith

Associate

Steve studied at the Manchester School of Architecture before working in Montreal, Canada for several years and then joining AHMM in 2005. Steve was Project Architect on the Angel Building and has also worked on Sunshine House, Notting Dale Village (White Building) and Horseferry House. He is currently working on Google’s new headquarters in King’s Cross.

Steve has been a third year design tutor at the Birmingham School of Architecture and acts as a mentor for colleagues working towards their RIBA Part 3 qualifications.

Steve was made an Associate in 2010.

Lloyd Spencer

Lloyd Spencer

Associate

Prior to joining AHMM, Lloyd was an Associate at a prestigious London practice where he worked on a variety of large scale Masterplans, regeneration Masterplans and Housing schemes. Before this, he gained valuable experience on a number of public realm projects and a key office building fit out to the Palestra Building, which became TfL’s principal headquarter building.

Since 2012, Lloyd has worked on a number of AHMM’s key schemes, including Grand Union Centre, the St. John Bosco Masterplan and, most recently, the international design competition for Scotland Yard HQ. Lloyd currently leads a team to deliver the regeneration of BBC Television Centre. Lloyd became an Associate in 2014.

Haydn Thomas

Haydn Thomas

Associate

Haydn joined the practice in 2007, having previously held senior roles at a range of firms – from a small design-led studio to an interdisciplinary multinational. With a particular interest in complex projects, Haydn worked for 4 years on the conception and coordination of the University of Amsterdam project. He is currently leading the project team delivering 240 Blackfriars Road: a fast track, high rise commercial office tower and neighbouring residential building on the Southbank of the river Thames.

Haydn’s understanding of architectural detailing and advanced construction technologies helps inform his role overseeing the use of software systems like CAD and BIM within AHMM as a whole. He was promoted to Associate in 2014.

Marc Williams

Marc Williams

Associate

Marc joined the practice in 2011 after working in senior roles at a number of practices in London and Malaysia.

Since then, he has worked on a number of projects across various sectors, including the Scape Greenwich (Ravensbourne) Student Housing scheme where he delivered the 280 bed scheme from inception to completion in two years. One current project includes the redevelopment of a number of sites across the Stratford Town Island site, which aims to tie them together into a cohesive masterplan for the area.

Marc was made Associate in 2014.