Wade Scaramucci

Wade Scaramucci

Associate Director

Wade gained experience in practices in Los Angeles, New York, Dubai and London before joining the practice in 2005 as a Project Architect.

Wade has worked on a broad variety of projects since he joined AHMM, including Horseferry House, the global headquarters for the fashion house Burberry and the Angel Building in Islington. His most recent projects include Google’s new headquarters in King’s Cross and a number of projects in the United States, including the Plow Building, which is home to the practice’s Oklahoma office.

Wade was promoted to Associate Director in 2008 and assists with the coordination of design and management issues within the practice.

Ceri Davies

Ceri Davies

Associate Director

Ceri joined the practice after graduating in 1994, to work on North Croydon Medical Centre and the conversion of Grade II* listed Battleship Building into the Monsoon HQ. After a number of years working elsewhere, she returned to AHMM in 2007 and was promoted to Associate in 2010 and Associate Director in 2014.

Ceri’s wide-ranging project experience includes the successful competition bids for Walsall Bus Station, Kentish Town Health Centre, the refurbishment of Grade II listed Royal Court Theatre Liverpool and a mixed-use student accommodation scheme along Regent's Canal in King’s Cross for Urbanest. Her strengths lie in formulating ideas grounded in place and purpose at concept stage and ensuring these are built upon during the life of a project. Recent and current projects include the White Collar Factory at Old St Yard and the fit-out proposals for Google HQ.

Cormac Farrelly

Cormac Farrelly

Associate Director

After working for a number of practices in Dublin, Sydney and London, Cormac joined Allford Hall Monaghan Morris in 2008. Since then, he has led or contributed-to a wide range of projects across multiple sectors. These include Waverley School Birmingham and the BBC Television Centre Masterplan. Current projects include a large mixed use scheme in Southwark and a number of housing schemes in the south west for specialist retirement developer Pegasus Life.
Based in Bristol, he works between the London and Bristol Studios and has acted as Regional Judge for the RIBA Awards. Cormac was promoted to associate in 2010 and Associate Director in 2015.

Thomas Gardner

Thomas Gardner

Associate Director

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 Director in 2015.

Hazel Joseph

Hazel Joseph

Associate Director

The BBC Television Centre Masterplan – a large scale scheme that transforms the iconic site into a mixed-use development which combines significant new build elements with a suite of refurbishment works – is Hazel’s most recent project.

Prior to this, Hazel worked on a wide range of projects including the Barbican Arts Centre, Barking Central, Anne Mews and the William Street Quarter Masterplan. She also recently led the design and development of the Capital Building at Nine Elms, a large scale residential apartment building as part of the Embassy Gardens Masterplan.

Hazel joined the practice in 2002, was made an Associate in 2008 and became an Associate Director in 2010.

Will Lee

Will Lee

Associate Director

Will joined the practice in 1999 after working as a freelance designer and visualiser for a number of London practices. Since then, he has worked on a wide range of projects including the Millennium Dome Live/Work Zone, Broadgate Club West, Union Street, Monsoon HQ, the Farmiloes Building, Raines Court and Adelaide Wharf. Experience he gained from the latter two projects has resulted in specialist knowledge of housing – both private and public – and an interest in various forms of pre-fabrication.

Will was promoted to Associate in 2008 and Associate Director in 2014. Current key projects include Wilmer Place, Camden Lock Village Masterplan and a large mixed-use scheme on New Oxford Street. He also teaches Unit 5 at the Greenwich University of Architecture with Philip Turner.

Susan Le Good

Susan Le Good

Associate Director

Susan has played a key role in many of the practice’s award-winning projects over the past 12 years including Walsall Bus Station, the Broadgate Health Club and Jubilee Primary School.

Susan was made an Associate Director in 2005 and now takes the lead in having a practice-wide view of project resources and recruitment requirements while having formal responsibility for co-ordinating the work-load of the practice’s model-making workshop. 

Andrew O'Donnell

Andrew O'Donnell

Associate Director

Andrew joined Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) in 2006 bringing with him a wide range of experience in housing, education, arts, urban design and stadia. Since then he has led and contributed to a number of completed landmark schemes. These include KX200 - a mixed use development in King’s Cross, Chobham Academy and the Residential Masterplan in Stratford’s East Village, Dagenham Park Church of England School in Barking and Dagenham and the Knauf Headquarters Building in Sittingbourne, Kent. His more recent projects are the Willesden Green Cultural Centre currently on site, as well as a range of significant housing, education and masterplanning schemes.

Andrew also participates in the development and management of a wide range of practice issues including office systems and procedures, information technology, modern methods of construction and the adoption and use of Building Information Modelling. He was promoted to Associate Director in 2014.

Robert Romanis

Robert Romanis

Associate Director

Robert worked in Dublin and London before joining the practice in 2004 as a Senior Architect.

Since then, he has worked on a wide range of projects from Tooley Street in Southwark to the large scale reinvention of two post-war utilitarian buildings at the University of Amsterdam. He is currently leading the team delivering Regent Street W4 for the Crown Estate, Blackfriars Road for Great Portland Estates and Parkhurst Road for First base.

In 2008 Robert was made Associate Director. As part of this role, he contributes to the design and technical development of a broad array of schemes whilst contributing to other aspects of the management of the practice.

James Santer

James Santer

Associate Director

James gained experience in Germany, Switzerland and Israel before joining the practice in 2001 as a Part II Architectural Assistant. He was promoted to Associate in 2008.

James has been involved in a number of high-profile projects from masterplanning to fine detailing including work on commercial, residential, health-care, education and more recently art gallery projects.

He helped form EAT, AHMM’s sustainability working group that has successfully promoted low energy design across the practice. He also developed the practice’s document and information management systems.

Laura Stephenson

Laura Stephenson

Associate Director

After working for a number of leading practices across London, Laura joined Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) in 2006. Since then, she has worked on the Stirling Prize nominated Westminster Academy, Kirk Balk Community College in Barnsley – the practice’s first BSF project – and Kingswood Academy in Hull. Current projects include William Street Quarter Masterplan in Barking, the first privately funded social housing scheme in the UK and the refurbishment of BBC Studios 1-3 at the world-renowned Television Centre.

Laura was promoted to Associate in 2010 and Associate Director in 2014.

Morag Tait

Morag Tait

Associate Director

Morag joined the practice in 1999, working on a variety of projects within the housing, commercial, healthcare and masterplanning sectors. Projects have included the key-worker housing scheme at Adelaide Wharf, the Residential Masterplan for Stratford City’s Athletes’ Village, Norwood Hall Joint Services Centre, as well as mixed use housing projects in Camden, Stoke Newington and Newham.

Morag has been Associate Director since 2005. She takes a lead role in the Research and Development within the practice, as well as the development and implementation of office standards, including the practice’s Project Manual.

Stephen Taylor

Stephen Taylor

Associate Director

Stephen joined the practice in 2001 becoming an Associate Director in 2005. He has been responsible for a number of high profile projects as well as for setting up and managing the Bristol office alongside its 40 staff. Stephen has developed specific expertise in commercial led mixed use developments and masterplans, working for key clients and securing challenging planning permissions. Completed projects include London's Johnson Building campus, Crown Street Buildings in Leeds, the Biscuit Factory development and Steward Building, Spitalfields. Stephen is currently directing the innovative White Collar Factory, Old Street Yard project and a number of commercial mixed use projects in Bristol and Salford whilst also acting as an RIBA Student mentor.
Philip Turner

Philip Turner

Associate Director

Philip joined AHMM in 2001, having previously worked for a number of high profile practices in both New York and London.

Over the past decade, Philip has worked on a wide range of projects at AHMM that include offices for advertising agency Mother, the Southwark Childcare Development Centre in Peckham, Nido student residences in King’s Cross and Chobham Academy in the 2012 Athletes’ Village.

An Associate Director since 2008, Philip leads a team committed to a mix of projects at a range of scales and across a wide variety of sectors. These include a significant new retail building on Oxford Street, masterplanning for the redevelopment of Alconbury airfield, and two projects on Regent Street for the Crown Estate.

He currently teaches Degree Unit 5 with Will Lee at the Greenwich University School of Architecture.

Marc Williams

Marc Williams

Associate Director

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 Director in 2015.