AHMM’s 25 year journey to win the Stirling Prize

#125 [00:09:49] | 20.10.2015 | 0 comments
AHMM Paul Monaghan

The Stirling Prize is the UK’s most prestigious architecture award and is “presented to the architects of the building that has made the greatest contribution to the evolution of architecture in the past year.”

This year’s winner is AHMM with their Burntwood School project in London…

Paul Monaghan, one of the founders of AHMM talks to Michael Hammond about winning the Stirling Prize, how the stars were aligned for this project enabling the creation of an architectural gem in the war-torn education sector and why it couldn’t be built today.

AHMM also won the WAN AWARDS for education in 2015 with their University of Amsterdam and the WAN AWARDS for Healthcare in 2013 for their North London Hospice.

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