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AHR Architects

Global Architecture Practice: Architectural Studio headquartered in London, UK

AHR News

AHR Architects News

7 Jun 2019
Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies, Swansea, Wales, UK
IMPACT Swansea University Research Facility building by AHR Architects
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IMPACT Swansea University Research Facility
The Institute for Innovative Materials, Processing and Numerical Technologies (IMPACT) is part of the University’s strategic expansion of the College of Engineering and, as a Centre of Excellence, will provide a unique colocation facility for academia-industry partnerships in ambitious research and development.

6 June 2019
AHR announces hire of new associate director to Glasgow office

Richard Napier AHR architects office
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Award-winning architecture and building consultancy practice, AHR, has welcomed Richard Napier to its Glasgow office, during a period of regional growth that has seen new leadership and a number of high-profile wins. With 30 years’ experience, Richard is a respected figure in Scottish architecture who previously worked for AHR between 2006 and 2016.

Website: AHR Glasgow Office News

28 Nov 2018
Barbara Hepworth Building, University of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, North England, UK
Design: AHR, Architects
Barbara Hepworth Building, University of Huddersfield
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Barbara Hepworth Building at the University of Huddersfield

27 Mar 2018
RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2018 Shortlisted Buildings

Oastler Building, Huddersfield is one of thirteen buildings have been shortlisted for RIBA Yorkshire (Royal Institute of British Architects) 2018 Awards; the winners will be announced at an Awards evening at The Museum Gardens, York on Thursday 24 May.

Oastler Building
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RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2018

28 Apr 2016

AHR has acquired award-winning architecture practice PCKO to strengthen its offer in delivering innovative residential and affordable housing projects and large scale masterplans.

Location: 5-8 Hardwick Street, London, EC1R 4RG, UK

AHR's London Office Acquires PCKO
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AHR acquisition of architecture practice PCKO

The move will allow both companies to provide a better service for new and existing clients through shared resources, knowledge and experience. PCKO’s ethos and over 30 years’ experience in delivering attractive and innovative projects is a natural fit with AHR.

AHR Buildings

Key Building Designs by AHR

AHR – Oxford Station Design Competition Winners, Oxfordshire, Southern England
Oxford Station Design Ideas Competition
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AHR – Oxford Station Design Competition Winners

Altrincham Transport Interchange Building, Greater Manchester, North West England
Altrincham Transport Interchange
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Altrincham Transport Interchange Building

Sheltered Pavilion in Stranraer, Scotland
Sheltered Pavilion in Stranraer
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Sheltered Pavilion in Stranraer

Oldham College, Greater Manchester, North West England
Oldham College
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Oldham College

Wythenshawe Transport Interchange, Manchester, North West England
Wythenshawe Transport Interchange
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Wythenshawe Transport Interchange

Keynsham Civic Centre, Keynsham, Bath, South West England
Keynsham Civic Centre
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Keynsham Civic Centre

More AHR projects and designs online soon

Location: 5-8 Hardwick Street, London, EC1R 4RG, England, UK

AHR Architects

AHR is one of Europe’s longest standing architecture and building consultancy practices, with experience dating back to 1835. AHR today is one of Europe’s largest practices and has evolved into an international business encompassing 450 staff in 13 offices.

As architects the studios are passionate about design and the positive effects good design can have on the environment. As building consultants they are passionate about how they care for buildings and how their creative re-use can enhance the fabric of communities.

The collective experience and the creativity of the teams, combined with commitment to innovation and design research, allows the practice to help clients develop environments that respond positively to the particular challenges of a project and the wider social, economic and climatic issues we all face.

The way the office designs and cares for the environment is changing rapidly and they continue to seek innovative solutions and develop new ways of working to meet the future needs of clients and society.

Website: AHR

London Buildings – Selection

Houses of Parliament


Westminster Abbey

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