Allford Hall Monaghan Morris , Director
Since co-founding AHMM in 1989, Paul’s projects at all scales have been recognised as exemplars of outstanding design, collaborative creativity, applied technology, research and sustainability, many of them winning national and international awards. His recent key projects include the redevelopment of the Television Centre; New Scotland Yard for the Metropolitan Police; and Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre. Paul led AHMM’s work on the RIBA Stirling Prize-winning Burntwood School in South London, as well as two other Stirling-shortlisted buildings, Westminster Academy in 2008 and Kentish Town Health Centre in 2009. In addition to his project work, Paul is an active speaker, teacher and juror. Paul was recently appointed by the Mayor of Liverpool City Region as the city region’s first Design Champion.
He is a visiting professor at the Bartlett and Sheffield schools of architecture and was appointed as a trustee of the Design Council in 2018; previously he has also been a member of CABE’s National Design Review Panel and chaired its Schools Design Review Panel and a RIBA Client Design Advisor. Paul has been chair of the Young Architect of the Year awards, chaired the RIBA awards panel until 2010, and was a judge for the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2016.